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Volume 123 

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I invite you to explore 
the following pages from 
edge to edge. They eon- 
tain images of life at Le- 
high as they unfold day 
after day. Together they 
tell a story. Whether it is 
on the edge of making 
the grade, life after Le- 
high, a new experience, 
or even the millennium 
we are all living on the 
edge of our own reality 






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33 Student Life 





ON THE 



EDGE OF MEMORIES 







What will you remember most about your time spent at Lehigh? The 



numerous experiences that you shared with friends and classmates 



will continue to be part of your life for years to come. These memories 



center around events such as Lehigh/Lafayette, Tailgates, Halloween, 



Greek Week, Spring Break, Study Abroad, and the International 



Bazaar. Each of these events are made special by the students, faculty, 



alumni and parents who unite in a show of school spirit and pride. 



Everywhere you turn, you are on the edge of a new memory waiting 



to be made. In the future, as alumni, you will always have the 



opportunity to return to Lehigh and share in these good times once 



again. 



EDITORS 
Christine Hartmann & Kristin Tedesco 






Clockwise from top 
left: 

Apinop Koolawong 
and Thirasuda 
Prasert display a 
beautiful multicol- 
ored fan; A dancer 
performs for the 
crowd; The flags of 
many nations on 
display during the 
bazaar; Vanita 
Dharan, Richie 
Rana and Santhi 
Iyer wearing 
traditional clothing 
Two Turkish 
students serve an 
ethnic dish; Other 
participants enjoy 
the food and the 
music. 



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On April 25, the International Ba- 
zaar was held on campus. Each 
year, a diverse group of people 
from several nationalities gather to cel- 
ebrate their different cultural tradi- 
tions. The event seeks to promote 
diversity in the Lehigh community. Stu- 
dents, faculty and alumni, as well as 
members of the Bethlehem commu- 
nity, gather together to enjoy food, 
dance and song from all over the world. 
A fashion show, in which students wore 
the traditional dress of their heritage, 
was held. The flags of many nations 
were displayed near the courtyard 
where the dancers performed. Tables 
of food and arts and crafts were set-up 
for the crowd to enjoy. The event 
culminated with a group dance led by 
all the participants in the bazaar. This 
year the sunny weather helped make 
the bazaar a complete success! 



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Iehigh finished its best season 
ever by crushing archrival 
Lafayette to win the 1 998 Patriot 

League Championship. Capping off 
the season was a trip to the NCAA 
Division I- AA Playoffs where the team 
beat Richmond before narrowly losing 
to UMass. According to Phil 
Stambaugh, Lehigh's quarterback, the 
successful season can be attributed to 
one thing — chemistry. "This team had 
been the closest of the three teams I've 
played on. . . The better the team gets 
along the better the outcome." The 
strength of Lehigh's team was shown 
as they came together game after game 
to end the regular season undefeated. 





Clockwise from top left: 
Ron Jean breaks through 
the Lafayette defense; 
The seniors pose after 
beating Lafayette for the 
fourth straight year; 
Coach Kevin Higgins 
gives advice to quarter- 
back Phil Stambaugh; 
After an undefeated 
season Lehigh accepts 
the Patriot League 
trophy before competing 
in the NCAA Division I- 
AA Playoffs; Ron Jean 
and Kevin Joseph 
celebrate their victory 
over Lafayette. 




Clockwise from top 
left: 

Three girls smile 
and enjoy the music 
at Sayre Field; Eric 
August '99 relaxes 
and enjoys the 
sunny weather; 
Two students fight 
it out in the joust- 
Other students 
participate in the 
UP games on stage; 
Shaggy was one of 
many performers to 
play for the crowd; 
The slide provided 
youthful entertain- 
ment for all at the 
festival. 




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f~ i undaze, University Produc- 

- . v tions' annual music 

' rS festival, took place on Satur- 
day, April 24 at Sayre Field. 
The event drew a near record 
crowd and helped end Greek 
Week on a good note. Several 
musical groups, including 
Shaggy and his entourage, Agent 
Porridge, moe. and (er)verything 
performed throughout the day. 
Local vendors sold food to the 
large audience. Craft tables and 
games were provided for enjoy- 
ment. University Productions 
gave out free T-shirts to the first 
300 people to enter the gates. 
Other prizes were thrown from 
the stage into the crowd. The 
entire dav allowed students to 
relax and enjoy themselves be- 
fore the stress of finals set in. 




-I or the 134th time in school his- 
-i tory Lehigh met rival Lafayette. 
__ The festivities started with a 
bonfire on Thursday night at Goodman 
Campus. School spirit was even more 
evident on game day when hundreds 
of Lehigh students showed up to sup- 
port their team. One Lehigh fan even 
decorated his car and drove through 
the streets before the game yelling 
"Lehigh Rules!" During the game the 
Marching 97 and the Lehigh Cheer- 
leaders led the crowd in fight songs 
and cheers to support the team. At the 
end of the game, the crowd celebrated 
as Lehigh won 31-7, beating Lafayette 
for the fourth straight year. 




Clockwise from top 
left: 

The bonfire blazes in 
anticipation of the 
big game against 
Lafayette; Lehigh 
fans call for defense 
against their 
Lafayette challengers; 
The Marching 97 
parades through the 
stadium to cheer 
Lehigh, lead by 
Drum Major Steve 
Rittler; The brothers 
of Delts proudly 
display their school 
spirit; Another 
victim of the Lehigh- 
Lafayette rivalry — 
the owner of this car 
shows no mercy in 
the boasting of 
Lehigh's incredible 
football season. 




(- -» reek Week is a yearly event 
that celebrates Greek life here 
'% at Lehigh. Alpha Omicron Pi 
sponsored their traditional pre-Greek 
Week event, Mr. Lehigh. The week 
was kicked off with Opening 
Ceremonies on Monday April 19th 
which included the annual banner 
contest. Other events included Alpha 
Chi Rho's gladiators, Pi Kappa 
Alpha's annual Dream Girl contest 
and Sigma Nu's dance competition. 
Kappa Sig hosted a date auction and 
Phi Sigma Kappa planned Grand Prix. 
Not all of the events went off as 
scheduled this year due to inclement 
weather. One of the yearly favorites, 
"Sammy Bedraces," was canceled due 
to rain. The entire week and all of its 
events help to foster lasting memories 
for all who participated. 



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Clockwise from top 
left: 

Take a ride on the 
bus with the girls 
from Theta; Delta 
Gamma Goddesses 
display their banner; 
A contestant struts 
her stuff in Pike 
Dream Girl; The FIJI 
pledges dressed for 
an "Elephant Walk"; 
No one can beat the 
Gods of Alpha Tau 
Omega; Pi Phi girls 
dressed as flappers 
from the Roaring 20s. 



Clockwise from top left: 

Gamma Phi Beta 
shows it's banner 
with pride; Alpha 
Omicron Pi finds the 
bootie; It's 
beachwear time in 
the Pike Dream Girl 
contest; Sammy 
boasts about living 
the high life; For 
Theta Delta Chi, it's 
the size that matters; 
In the Pike Dream 
Girl talent competi- 
tion another star 
shines through. 





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Clockwise from top left: 
Two APO volunteers 
remove trash from the 
weeds; David Gevry '00 
lends a helping hand to 
the clean-up mission; 
Three girls work to- 
gether to clean the 
sidewalks of Birkel 
Avenue; Another APO 
volunteer works to 
beautify Bethlehem; 
Volunteers are let loose 
on the streets of 
Bethlehem to aide in the 
clean-up efforts. 



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Community Interaction Day 
took place on Saturday, 
April 17th. The day's events 
were arranged by Alpha Phi 
Omega in cooperation with the 
City of Bethlehem and the Public 
Works Department. Other Lehigh 
involvement came from sorori- 
ties, fraternities, students, faculty 
and staff who volunteered to help 
clean up the surrounding com- 
munity. Such jobs as raking 
leaves, picking up trash on high- 
way ramps, and digging took 
place. Several children and adults 
from the community volunteered 
their time as well. The day's events 
were successful because they 
brought students and the com- 
munity together to help make 
Bethlehem a little brighter! 





Students volunteer their time 
and talents throughout the year 
to benefit the community. They 
participate in many university and 
greek sponsored programs. Examples 
include Kappa Alpha Theta's work with 
the Girls Incorporated Program and 
the Coach Program, which ran a Bowl- 
ing Tournament. In addition, students 
volunteered on-campus with peer tu- 
toring programs. The Community Ser- 
vice Desk coordinated programs such 
as America Reads and Alternative 
Spring Break, where students built 
homes for Habitat for Humanity. All 
student volunteers gave countless hours 
to benefit many people from the sur- 
rounding community and within uni- 
versity. 





Clockwise from Tor 
left: Kappa Alpha 
Theta women with 
children from Girls 
Incorporated; The 
Coach Program 
bowling tournament; 
Junior Chemical 
Engineers, including 
Kari Coy '00, work 
with children on an 
egg drop; Raquel 
Jackson '99 tutors 
nuns in English; Arts 
and Architecture 
students work with 
children on a picture 
book. 





Clockwise from top left: 

President Farrington 

dances with his wife 

Jean during the night 

festivities; A guest 

performer plays at 

Zoellner Arts Center; 

The Vince Pettinelli 

Orchestra plays swing 

music in Lower Grace; 

Ward Roper and date 

dance the night away; 

President Farrington 

takes a moment to pose 

for pictures. 



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n Friday, April 9th, President 
Gregory C. Farrington was inau- 
gurated as the 12th president of 
Lehigh University. President Farrington's 
inauguration came after the interim presi- 
dency of William Hittinger, which had 
followed the fifteen-year presidency of 
Dr. Peter Likins. President Farrington 
came to Lehigh after working as the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania's Dean of the 
School of Engineering and Applied Sci- 
ence. There were several activities to cel- 
ebrate the inauguration. One event was 
swing dancing to The Vince Pettinelli 
Band. The Ulrich Student Center was 
transformed into a jazz club featuring a 
live band. Rev Sol played rock and roll 
music in the courtyard outside of Rauch 
Business Center where several guests 
danced the night away. There were also 
several special banquets for all students, 
faculty, staff, alumni and guests around 
campus. 





Every year hundreds of 
Lehigh students take 
advantage of Spring 
Break to venture to warmer 
places. It's a time to get away 
from school, to relax and have 
some fun with friends. Spring 
Break signals the beginning of 
tanning season for the year. 
There's no better way to catch 
everyone's attention than to 
come back bronze, or sun- 
burnt for that matter. Al- 
though trips to a tropical para- 
dise seem to be most popular, 
several students seek out ex- 
otic locations to explore over 
the week. 






Clockwise from top left: 
Stacey Wright, Cici Hall, 
Karen Doris, and Allison 
Merkle spend the day in 
South Padre; Nii Darko, 
a member of the track 
team, participates in LU 
track team skits in Texas; 
Lauren Allu and Chris- 
tina Roedema show off 
their great tans before a 
night out on the town; 
Kevin Shmelzer and 
Stephanie Ferrara spent 
the week playing with 
those crazy Disney 
characters in Orlando, 
Florida; Debbie 
Ludvigson, Lorin 
Holmes, Molly Price, 
Sharon Wahl, Laura 
Kirk, and Emily Mov 
spend break in Rancho 
Palos, California 




Clockwise from top left: 
The MET Orchestra 
performed at the 
Zoellner Gala; Richie 
Ranci escorting Vanita 
Dharan and Santhi Iyer 
to the concert; Ryan 
Johnson, Joanne Lee, and 
Matt Hefner, all mem- 
bers of the Lehigh 
Philharmonic Orchestra, 
attended the evening 
festivities; dressed in 
formal wear, these 
patrons make their way 
down from the Lower 
Cents parking lot; a 
formal reception was 
held before the orchestra 
concert. 



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The second annual 
Zoellner Gala was 
held on Friday night, 
April 30th. As part of the 
Center's fundraising efforts, 
tickets were sold to the ex- 
clusive engagement which 
featured the MET Orches- 
tra. The MET's appearance 
was special because it was 
their only United States en- 
gagement prior to their Eu- 
ropean tour. A few stu- 
dents were lucky enough to 
be invited as guests, while 
the majority of those who 
attended were alumni, fac- 
ulty, and local patrons. 





y r any students took center stage 
\/ in Zoellner this year and show- 
— — cased their talents. They per- 
formed in plays such as A View From 
the Bridge and Curse of the Starving 
Class. Other students displayed their 
musical talents both on stage and as 
part of the orchestra in the perfor- 
mance of A Little Night Music. All 
performances were a huge success 
thanks to the hundreds of hours dedi- 
cated to rehearsing lines and staging. 
Credit should be given to not just the 
actors and actresses, but also to the 
many people behind the scenes who 
work just as hard. These people in- 
clude the directors, stage hands, paint- 
ers and the countless others who con- 
tributed to a successful year on the 
Zoellner stage. Everyone involved 
makes sure that no matter what may 
happen "the show must go on". 




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Clockwise i rom top 
left: Katie Gartner 
and Graham Stanford 
in A View From the 
Bridge; The cast of A 
Raisin in llie Sun poses 
for a photo on stage in 
Zoellner; Catherine 
Shields in a scene 
from Curse of the 
Starving Class; Greg 
Mihalik and Dan 
Gihbs performed in 
Speed the Plow; 
Michelle Asadourian 
and Matthew 
Perricone took center 
stage in the musical 
theater performance 
of A Little Night 
Music. 




Clockwise from top 
left: 

After a long day of 
hiking the group 
takes a break to 
snap a picture; 
New friends smile 
for the camera; 
These rowers pause 
for this photo 
before continuing 
dowm the river; 
Horsing around on 
the Delaware River; 
Lyz Smith enjoys an 
awesome view on 
the Appalachian 
Trail; These fresh- 
men show that 
outdoor adventure 
is relaxing and not 
all hard work. 






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On August 19, 1 arrived here at Lehigh to go 
backpacking with other new freshmen. Upon 
arrival at the Delaware River Gap section of 
the Appalachian trail, we played many icebreaker 
type games to get to know each other better. 

The next day, after a hot day of hiking, we set up 
camp near a cool lake and got to swim before 
dinner. We were told to hang bear bags that night 
because we were in a particularly bear infested 
sight. Most people complied, but a few items were 
left down. The next morning, I awoke to the sound 
of scratching. My new friend peered out of the 
tent just in time to see a mother bear carry off his 
pack, trying to get to the power bars that he had 
forgotten to put in the bear bags. It was a huge 
rush to see a bear no more than 10 feet from the 
tent and have no way of escaping. 

I think the best thing about this trip was the 
friends I made along the way. I found the outdoor 
adventure trip to be very fun and enriching. 

-- Steve Clarke '02 




/ t Lehigh students have the op- 

/ \ portunity to choose from over 
J > 40 different study abroad pro- 
grams in more than 30 countries. Spain, 
Italy, France, England and Germany are 
only a few of the nations where students 
have gone to study a different culture, lan- 
guage, and history. These programs chal- 
lenge students to learn in a setting which is 
very different from what they are accus- 
tomed. This past winter a group of 13 
students had the opportunity to travel to 
Costa Rica and learn about sustainable de- 
velopment throughout the country. They 
spent 1 7 days visiting locations throughout 
the country including the capital city, a 
rain forest, dry forest, cloud forest, and 
volcanoes. It does not matter which coun- 
try a student chooses to visit, all leave with 
lasting memories of the great time they 
had. 



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Clockwise from top 
left: 

The Lehigh in Costa 
Rica group at Palo 
Verde National Park 
with advisors Prof. 
Morris and Prof. 
Weisman; Scott Dietz, 
Stephanie Melillo, 
Justin Genzlinger, 
Kate Leone and a 
friend near the 
Colosseum in Rome, 
Italy; Enairo J. 
Urdaneta traveled to 
Berlin, Germany; 
Francisco Anselmi in 
the Czech Republic 
over the summer; 
Hildaura Vence 
visited Paris, France 
while studying 
abroad in Spain. 




Clockwise from 
top left: 
Katie Spain and 
friends pose for 
the camara; 
These guys have 
the best view of 
tailgates; 
Beersliding 
brings out the 
animal in you; 
Megan Gayer 
surrounded by 
friends outside 
the stadium; The 
brothers of 
Alpha Sig having 
fun at tailgates; 
Ben Mendelsohn, 
Brian Erwin, 
Fernando 
Maldonado, 
Andrew Harker, 
and Matthew 
Estadt tailgating 
before the UMass 
game. 






-\ or all of the tailgaters it is con- 
-{ sidered to be just another Sat- 
urday morning of cheering on 
the Lehigh football team. Everyone 
gathers for some food and to social- 
ize. People can be heard talking about 
the following game and just how 
much Lehigh will crush its opponent 
by this time. Tailgates start in Sep- 
tember when the weather is warm 
and go into November when the 
weather gets unbearable and every- 
one can be seen bundled up. Tail- 
gates are just another opportunity 
for family, alumni, and friends to 
gather around and talk about up- 
coming events. 



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1— , very Halloween Lehigh stu- 
-{ dents take the time to let their 
; inner selves out. It is a day 

when nothing is expected and you can 
be anything that you want. Halloween 
on this campus is an excuse to rekindle 
some of our childish spirit. On this day 
anything from angels to devils can be 
found roaming the Lehigh campus, all 
with devious mischief in their eyes. The 
students let lose and dress up with their 
friends to celebrate a day that we used 
to fantasize about as children. Some 
halls, sororities, and fraternities take 
on a common theme and face the world 
united. The pictures here show just a 
few of the students we caught in the act 
regressing. So come and join the excite- 
ment of being who you always wanted 
to be. Engage in the youthful spirit that 
makes this holiday so special. 





Clockwise from top 
left: Rebecca 
Garschina, Rebecca 
Hill, Thu Nguyen, 
Adrienne Garber 
and friend partake in 
Halloween; Eliza- 
beth Blanchet and 
Christina Roedema 
go out Halloween 
night; Cindi 
Crookston, Hayley 
Teich, Maureen 
Whitley, Priscilla 
Pascual, Bo-Moon 
Yee, and Erin Rebele 
go Tick-or -treating; 
Katherine 
McCaffrey, Alexis 
Yap enjoy the night 
of the spirits; Every- 
one smile now that 
we are all dressed 
up; Look this way 
and just smile; this 
young man is able to 
combine his athletic 
ambitions with his 
holiday spirit . 




Quarterback 
John Elway led 




the Denver 

Broncos to a 

34-19 win 

against the 

Atlanta Falcons 

in Super Bowl 

XXXIII at Pro 

Player Stadium 

in Miami. The 

Broncos scored 

17 points in the 

game's first half 

and then 1 7 

more in the 4th 

quarter alone. 



Hurricane Georges was the costliest 
disaster in the 1 17 years of the Red 
Cross relief efforts, topping the $81.5 
million the agency spent on Hurri- 
cane Andrew. Georges ripped up 
through the Florida Keys and into 
the Gulf of Mexico before is slammed 
into Mississippi and Alabama. Pre- 
liminary industry estimates put 
Georges' cost to insurance companies 
at $2.5 billion, the third costliest such 
storm in record. 




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Year in Revii m 



Pope John Paul II began his 
21st year as Pope in the fall of 
1998. The 78-year-old pontiff 
continued to be a champion of 
economic justice and an 
outspoken defender of the 
Catholic Church in Commu- 
nist countries and remained 
uncompromising on moral 
issues. In addition, he recently 
released a new compact disc 
which contains some of his 
speeches, songs from around 
the world and even some 
songs sung by the Pope 
himself. 




United States Senator John Glenn ended his long career in the senate with a 

return to space. Astronaut Glenn, 77, who made a pioneering space flight in 

1962, returned to space in November, 1998, aboard the space shuttle Discovery 

on a 10 day mission. 




ment. 



It all started when Republican 
attorney Kenneth Starr was ap- 
pointed as a Special Prosecutor to 
investigate President and Hillary 
Clinton's failed investment in an 
Arkansas real estate venture called 
Whitewater. A grand jury was 
called and that led to several other 
investigations the eventually fo- 
cused on accusations that the 
President was involved in obstruc- 
tion of justice and perjury. 



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President Clinton was 
accused of having and 1 8 
month sexual relation- 
ship with Monica 
Lewinsky, then a 21 -year 
old White House intern. 
President Clinton even- 
tually did admit to 
inappropriate behavior, 
but Congress pushed 
forward to bring the 
President to an impeach- 
ment trial in the Senate. 




House Judiciary committee Chairman Henry Hyde, a Republican from Illinois, led the 
House of Representatives in the impeachment of President Clinton. He then delivered the 
Articles of Impeachment to the United States Senate. A trial to impeach the president was 
concluded but not before a vote of 43-57 rejected a motion to dismiss the case against the 
President. 





The 
Backstreet 
Boys got 
together about 
five years ago 
when several 
of the mem- 
bers met at 
auditions. 
The group 
was named 
after a big 
market in 
Orlando, FL. 



As students were preparing to 
return to school in September, the 
stock market's Dow Jones Indus- 
trial Average was taking a dive. 
Down 512 points — or 6 percent - 
- in one day. It wasn't a pretty 
picture on Wall Street. It was not 
a happy time for jittery investors 
to be in the stock market. Their 
faith in the economy was greatly 
rewarded when the market 
climbed above the 10,000 mark 
for the first time in history early in 

the spring. 




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Mark McGwire and Sammy 
Sosa, two power hitters in the 
game of baseball, were in a 
battle of home runs during the 
summer. Both were looking 
to beat the home run record of 
61 set by New York Yankee 
Roger Maris in 1961. When 
the dust settled at the end of 
the season, McGwire, a 34 
year old right-handed hitter 
from the St. Louis Cardinals, 
won the home record with 70. 
Sosa, a 30-year old right- 
handed hitter from the Chi- 
cago Cubs hit 66 home runs. 




It was the year of the women in music. This is assuredly proved by the successes 

of Celine Dion, Sarah McLachlan and Shania Twain. 




Every step we take 
will in some way 
be a result of the 

challenges we met 
and were able to 
overcome during 

our time at Lehigh. 







EDGE OF AGUE 



ON THE 




We are at this place called Lehigh for the same purpose: to receive an 



education. No matter what other activities may occupy our time, we 



all share a common goal. To graduate, to get out of here, to move on 



to bigger and better things. Everything in our lives, to some extent, 



will be a result of the classes we took and the people zee meet during 



our years in this institution. For better or for worse, Lehigh is a part 



of who we are and who we will become. It is here that we broke 



boundaries and dared to dream. It is this place, Lehigh University, 



that we will remember with fondness when thinking about the good 



old days. We are part of this institution and it will always be a part 



of who we are and whatever we strive to achieve. 



EDITORS 
Alisa Schiffman & Ivy Trzebucki 




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Opportunity defines the essence of the College of Arts and 
Sciences. The college has 40 disciplines, 1 8 academic depart- 
ments and over 110 majors as diverse as biological sciences, 
classical studies, international relations, mathematics, music 
and sociology. As a result of this huge span of study, the 
college is able to cater to individualized student choices. The 
student-oriented faculty members enhance the range of 
opportunity by being both accessible and involved with the 
students. They are able to take advantage of the small- 
college benefits of close student-faculty interaction, and 
to let the students get hands on experience within this 
exciting and challenging intellectual environment. 





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Dean of the College of 

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Gary G. DeLeo 

Associate Dean of the College 

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Kenneth P. Kodama 

Associate Dean of the College 

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Biological Sciences 

Back Row: M. Kuchka, J. Abel, V. Ware, S. Krawiec, N. Simon 

First Row: J. Sands, B. Bean, D. Cundall, L. Lowe-Krentz, A. 

Ayme-Southgate, M. Behe 




Earth and Environmental Science 

Back Row: A. Meltzer, C. Williamson 
Second Row: P. Zeitler, K. Kodama, D. Morris, E. Evenson, B. 

Hargreaves, P. Myers 
First Row: C. Moses, G. Bebout, D. Anastasio 



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Chemistry 

Back Row: K. Klier, J. Roberts, K. Schray, C. Kraihanzel, N. 

Heindel 
Front Row: M. Messmer, J. Larsen, M. Freund, L. Jia, G. 

Ferguson 




Physics 

Back Row: J. Licini, A. Streater, J. Gunton, B. Fowler, M. Stavola 

Middle Row: R. Emrich, G. Borse, R. Shaffer, W. Smith, A. Kritz 

Front Row: F. Horn, Y. Kim, A. Kanofsky, G. Watkins 




As we approach the next millennium, 
the major focus in 

chemistry and bio- 
chemistry will be 
directed toward 
a strong under- 
graduate re- 
search program. 

A larger number 
of students ivill be in- 
volved, and they will be encouraged to 
begin research earlier in their curricu- 
lum. Initiatives are underway to achieve 
these goals including a new internal 
brochure on undergraduate research op- 
portunities and a new program to bring 
industrial chemists who have retired 
early onto the campus to work with 
undergraduates in the pharmaceuti- 
cals area. In other aspects of develop- 
ment, the College of Arts and Sciences 
has given the department additional 
resources to upgrade the undergraduate 
laboratory instrumentation. The web 
will be used to deliver course informa- 
tion and student 
progress assess- 
ment to allow 
greater class- 
room inter- 
actions. At 
the graduate 
level a strong 
core research fo- 
cus will include more diversified re- 
search experience. 







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International Relations 

O. Smolansky, C. Kaufmann, B. Moon 






Modern Languages and Literature 

Back Row: A Waldenrath, C. Cook, M. Nicholas, S. Matlock, D. 

Pankenier 

Third Row: L. Wolfgang, A. Rampolla, V. Stegmann, M. S. 

Armstrong, M. H. Chabut 

Second Row: L. Lefkowitz, E Buitrago 

Front Row: J. O'Bryan, K. Lee 



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Political Science 

D. Barry, F. Davis, L. Olson, R. Matthews 




History 

Back Row: I. Dufly, J. Saeger, W. Shade, S. Cutcliffe, M. Baylor, 

C. Phillips 

Middle Row: G. Cooper, P. Turner, W. Scott, R. Simon, J. Smith 

Front Row: J. Soderlund, J. Walters 




The department of inter- 
national rela- 
tions pro- 
vides stu- 
dents with a 
systematic 
understand- 
ing of world 
politics. Students majoring 
in international relations can 
expect to acquire detailed 
knowledge of such topics as 
contending theories of world 
politics; foreign policy deci- 
sion making; international se- 
curity and arms control; glo- 
bal problems such as terror- 
ism and refugee relief; inter- 
national political economy; 
and the role of international 
organizations. International 
relations stu- 
dents use 
an inter- 
discipli- 
nary ap- 
p r o ach 
that in- 
cludes politi- 

cal science, history, econom- 
ics, sociology and psychology. 




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English 

Back Row: E. Gallagher, M. J. Haronian, J. De Bellis, 

A. Dory, S. Gordon 

Middle Row: B. Kroll, V. Steele, B. Traister, P. Ingham, 

D. Hawkes, E. Fifer, R. Arbur, R. Mundhenk 

Front Row: K. Silverstri, C. Laub 




Music 

Back Row: S. Sametz, 

Front Row: D. Diggs, P. Salerni, N. Sine, P. Chou, 

W. Warfield, E. Albulescu 



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Journalism and Communication 

Back Row: K. Friedman, D. Wills, L. Lipko, D. Dymek, J. Lule 
Front Row: S. Friedman, C. Gorney 




Theatre 

Back Row: P. Pepper, A. Ripa, C. West, 

J. Milet, B. Slocum, R. Saraceni 

Front Row: E. Hoelscher, A. Stables, J. Gilrain, 

D. Francis, N. Verbonitz 




The Department of Journal- 
ism &Communi- 
cation plans to 
continue to 
be at \ the 
leading edge 
of on-line 
journalistic 
education. Its 
on-line initia- 
tive has been rooted in the 
University strengths in tech- 
nology and engineering. It has 
also built upon lehighs long 
tradition of journalism educa- 
tion, which emphasizes re- 
search, writing, editing, ethics, 
law and other core competen- 
cies, as well as experiential 
learning through professional 
internships. lehighs Journal- 
ism & Communication stu- 
dents benefit from an educa- 
tional experience that very few 
universities can offer. Students 
receive a classic liberal arts edu- 
cation along with exposure to 
the | latest 
technology, 
one to one 




teaching 
and 
hands on 
professional ^ 
practice. A pri- 
mary goal of the department is 
to gain more recognition. 






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Art and Architecture 

Back Row: B. Thomas, K. Abel, D. Snyder, 

D. Mason, I. Zaknic 

Front Row: L. Gans, C. Ussier 






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Psychology 

Back Row: B. Malt, M. Bickhard, S. Barrett. A. Nicdlopoulou, D. 

Hyland 
Front Row: P. O'Seaghdha, M. Roberts, L. Williams, M. Gill, M. 

Richter 



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Back Row: A. Levine, R. Dillon, R. Weiss, M. Bickhard 
Front Row: S. Goldman, M. Mendelson, J. Straumanis 



Religion 

M. Gaumer, K. Kraft., L. Silberstein, C. Weissler, B. Wright 





The department of Art & 

Architecture has 
grown from a I 
handful of 
faculty and 
students 
seven years 
ago to an 
overwhelming 
total of over a hundred to- 
day. The departments main 
focus is to teach the basics of 
studio art and architecture, 
finding its niche in providing a 
professional education. This 
allows students to maintain a 
focus on art and architecture 
while still building a liberal 
arts background. 

Its aspirations for the future of 
the department will be the in- 
stallment of a program called 
the Integrated Product Develop- 
ment (IP D). IPD will fully 
integrate the 






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three col- 
leges pro- 
ducing 
more classes 
on the ad- 
vancement of 
computer technol- 
ogy in the field of Art and Ar- 
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Sociology & Anthropology 

Back Row: M. Washington, R. Herrenkohl, J. Lasker, J. 
Gatewood, M. Harman, N. Tannenbaum, R. Williamson, E. 

Nastasi 
Front Row: J. Spade, R. Rosenwein, J. Mcintosh, A. Mcintosh, 

D. Small 



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Mathematics 

Back Row: J. King, E. Pitcher, D. Davis. B. Eisenberg, F. Morgan, 

P. Johnson, M. Kellum, G. McCluskey, G. Isaak 

First Row: W-M. Huang, J. Yukich, V. Dobric, G. Stengle, C. 

Queen, S. Khabbaz, S. Szczepanski, H. Fegan 





Does even' student 
look like this after a 
sleepless night? 
Studying all day and 
night has made Jamie 
Swanson, a freshman 
pre-med student. 
reconsider her future 
plans. 




In the 21st century, the Depart- 
ment of Mathematics will con- 
tinue to strive for 
excellence in 
the areas of 
research, i 
teaching and 
scholarship. 
Their goal is 
to create an 
environment 
in which faculty 
and students will flourish together. 
In striving to provide outstanding 
teaching to their undergraduate 
and graduate students, they will 
vigorously promote the advance- 
ment, perpetuation and promulga- 
tion of knowledge in order to assist 
the students to grow intellectually 
and to prepare them for their 
chosen professions. 

This year the department of 
Sociology & Anthropology cel- 
ebrates its 35th year at Lehigh. 
Initially they were housed in vari- 
ous other departments, even within 
the Business College ! Looking 
into the departments fliture, they 
have high standards and new ideas 
for the next century. Their gradu- 
ate program is chang- 
ing into a Sociol- 
ogy Masters. 
They have 
begun to ■ 
develop a fill 
scale program 
in archaeol- 
ogy, and are 
making this a 
focus in the fliture. 
They believe that in 35 years from 
now, Sociology & Anthropology 
will have a whole new look. 




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The College of Business and Economics focuses on 
providing an intellectual and professional learning 
environment, and advancing knowledge through 
research and scholarship. All of this is done in 
order to develop top-notch business leaders 
through a curriculum of experimental learning, 
rigorous analysis and the discipline to create a 
strong work ethic. The college also provides nu- 
merous opportunities for learning outside of the 
classroom and special learning experiences. 




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Back Row: M. Ray, J. Largay, K. Collins, S. Thode 
Front Row: J. Paul, K. Sinclair, P. Gupta, T. Schlie 



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Economics 

Back Row: R. Thornton, V. Munley, R. Thomas, D. Chisholm, A. 

King, T Hyclak, J. Innes 
Front Row: M. Deilv, A. O'Brien, R. Aronson, C. Callahan 



"I know that it 
printed! I hit the 
print key four times." 

This troubled student 
is not the onlv one 
who searches through 
piles or print outs 
looking for his busi- 
ness memo. 

The joy of freshman 
business classes. A 

frustrated Chris 
Duncan is about to 
give up all hope on 
her business assign- 
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The College of Business and 
Economics is 
c h a n g i n g 
r a p i d I y 
these days. 
Dean Ota 
recentlyan- 
n o it n c e d 
tliat the busi- 
ness department 
will split into three separate 
departments. This is a sign of 
major progress within the col- 
lege, as the business depart- 
ment originally consisted of 6 
separate fields of study. The 
three new departments will be 
Finance and Law, Account- 
ing, and Marketing and Man- 
agement. The chairmen of 
these departments have also 
been announced: Professor 
Stevens will head of the Man- 
agement Department ; Profes- 
sor Sinclair will remain the 
head of the Ac- 
counting 
D e p art- 
meutiand 
Professor 
Greenleaf 
will be- 
come the 
lie ad of the Fi- 
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On October 8, 1998, at the Founder's Day celebratiorl, 
the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences re- 
ceived the largest single donation from a Lehigh 
Alumni in history. Peter C. Rossin, class of 1948, do- 
nated $25 million to the college which was subse- 
quently named after him. Dean Stenger commented 
that the change is not just in the name that the cajlege 
bears, it has also adopted Mr. Rossins philosphy which 
serves as a role model for students. The funds will be 
used to improve laboratories, offer student scholarships, 

and to endow new professorships^ 




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Dean of P. C. Rossin College of 
Engineering & Applied Science 





Richard N. Weisman 

Assoscia te Dean of P. C. Rossin 

College of Engineering 

& Applied Science 




Carol Smith-Nichols 

Associate Dean' of P. C. Rossin 

College of Engineering & Applied 

Science 






P.C. Rossm 

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Chemical Engineering 

Back Row: A. Klein, J. Hsu, H. Caram, K. Tuzla, J. Chen, 

W. Hencke 
Front Row: M. Chaudhury, M. Charles, M. El-Aasser, L. Sperling, 

C. Georgakis 

Missing: P. Blythe, W. Luyben, J. Phillips, M. Santore, W. 

Schiesser, C. Silebi, F. Stein, H. Stenger, J. Wachs, L. Wenzel 




Electrical Engineering & Computer Science 

Back Row: M. Hatalis, M. Schulte, S. Golden, T. Boult, M. 

White, D. Frey 

Second Row: W. Lei, E. Kay, D. Brzakovic, S. Corbesero 

Front Row: R. Blum, D. Hillman, F. Heilscher, R. Decker 



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Ciml & Enmronmental Engineering 

Back Row: J. Ricles, B. Yen 

Middle Row: L. Lu, J. Wilson, G. Lennon, 

S. Pessiki, S. Raschke, W Zhang 

Front Row: C. Kostem, A. SenGupta, J. Becker, 

H. Moo-Young, R. Weisman 




Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering 

Back Row: N. Odrey, L. Plebani, S. Wu, G. Wilson, J. Hartman, 

G. Tonkay, R. Storer, G. Sathyanarayanan 

Front Row: J. Adams, L. Martin-Vega, L. Burke, M. Groover 

Missing: K. Gardiner, E. Zimmers 



Being a part of the top twenty pro- 
grams in the nation is 
not something to be 
taken lightly. 
However, the * 
department of 




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•Environmen- 
tal Engineer- 
ing would like 
to take their 
program one 
step farther and 
become one of the top elite in 
the nation. 

As the year 2000 approaches, 
the department is expanding their 
research horizons. They are under- 
taking many new projects that will 
be funded by prominent organiza- 
tions that include: the Navy, the 
National Science Foundation, the 
Federal Government and the Envi- 
ronmental Protection Agency. 
At the present time, the Electrical 
Engineering and Computer Science 
department is one of the largest 
departments within the EC. Rossi n 
College of Engineering and Applied 
Science. But there will be no down 
sizing for them! In fact, the depart- 
ment has plans to grow in all areas, 
including undergraduate and gradu- 
ate enrollment, faculty and research, 
as the new millennium approaches. 
Currently, the pro- 
gram js unique 
in its offering 
three different 
degrees. Stu- 
dents may 
chose from 
decrees in 

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Engineering, 

Computer 

Engineering or a 

degree in Computer Science. 







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Materials Science & Engineering 

Back Row: G. Ferguson, D. Smith, R. Hertzberg, J. Eades, G. 

Cargill, D. Williams, J. Rickman, H. Jain, L. Sperling. 

Fromt Row: M. Harmer, C. Lyman, R. Vinci, H. Chan, K. 

Barmak, S. Tarby, M. Notis 



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Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics 

Back Row: A. Oztekin, C. Smith, T. Ozsoy, D. Rockwell, R. Wei, 

P. Blythe, D. Harlow, R. Hartranft, S. Johnson, J. Kazakia. 
Front Row: J. Ochs, J. Coulter, S. Neti, A. Kalnins, H. Nied, R. 

Lucas, K. Sawyers 




Engineering or Busi- 
ness? This three stu- 
dents are probably not 
engineers because if they 
were they would be in 
the library and not 
relaxing outside of the 
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For more than one hundred and 
thirty years the Me- 
chanical Engi- 
neering and 
Mechanics de- 
partment has 
been training 
high quality 
students and per- 
forming ground 
breaking research and engineer- 
ing, a tradition which they will 
carry into the next millennium. 
The department will continue to 
maintain their traditional research 
programs in solid mechanics, en- 
ergy, mechanical systems, and en- 
gineering mathematics, and the 
newly added thrusts in manufac- 
turing and smart materials. The 
department is currently working 
with a new Integrated Product De- 
velopment program (IPD) that has 
emerged as a national leader in the 
training of students in the innova- 
tive design and development of 
engineered prod- 
ucts. As a 
de p a rt- 
ment they 
are active, 
innova- 
tive, and 

on the move -*j 

to take Lehigh s 

Mechanical Engineering and 
Mechanics to even greater leader- 
ship roles in the 21st century. 




There are many options within the College of Education^ 
allowing students to successfully pursue and complete a ca- 
reer in education. For one such option, the college offers a 
5-year Bachelor's and Master's combined degree program. 
This program leads students to a Bachelor's degree in a field 
within the College of Arts and Sciences, a Master's degree in 
education and also certification as a teacher. Another option 
is to obtain a minor in education which allows the student to 
explore a professional career with elementary, secondary or 

special education students. 




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"Education is the key to success." However, in order for students to 
learn a professor must be creative enough to keep her students interested 
and awake. It seems like this professor does not have a problem with that. 




Teaching the young where 
to find a good education- 
Class of 2013. Looks like 
the little boy on the right 
started about ten years early. 
That's okay. It will make his 
senior year or high school 
just a little bit easier. 



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Education 

Back Row: P. Zirkel, G. DuPaul, L. Tuscher, G. White, 

A. Spokane, R. Bell, G. Lutz, A. Jitendra, C. Cole, 

H. Columba, N. Ladany, W. Heydenberk 

Front Row: S. Bronack, E. Shapiro, L. Bambara, R. Yoshida, 

M. George, A. Metzler, L. Kern, T. Richardson 




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The College of Education has 
had a. short his- 
torycompa. 
to the^many 
decades some 
of the other 
departments 
have under 
their belts. Re- 
gardless of that 
fact, they are expecting to have 
a very long future. 

As the new, unexplored 
age advances, the Education 
Department has many new 
programs in the works. One 
of these programs just be- 
came available to the Class 
of 2002. The new programs 
allow students to receive a 5 
year BA/MA -BS/MS/M Ed 
degree. This program is 
technology oriented and 
expected to make Lehigh 
graduates very marketable. 
This is just one small pre- 
view of the 
new pro- 
grams 
ex- 
pected 
to go 
down 
in the 
history 

books for this young but 
very talented department. 





Sarah Barton 

Interim Director of 

Residential Life 




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How many 
times have 
you en- 
tered this 
building? 
Did vou 
ever think 
you would 
go to the 
University 
Center for 
anything 
but food? 
Well, you 
can find 
most of the 
deans' 
offices here 
too! 






Sharon Basso 

Associate Dean of 

Student Life 



Sharon Brown 

Assistant Dean of 

Student Life 



Thomas Dubreuil 

Assistant Dean of 

Student Life 






Lorna Hunter 

Dean of Admissions & 

Financial Aid 




Robert Holcombe 
Vice President for Develop- 
ment & University Relations 




Mark Ericsson 
Dean of Student Life 



• Rhonda Gross 
Vice President for Finance 
& Administration 



Arnold Hirshon 

Vice Provost for 

Information Resources 




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Suzanne Kilgannon Preston 
Assistant Dean of Students 




Susan Little-Lantz 
Assistant Dean of Students 







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Nelson Markley 

Provost & Vice President of 

Academic Affairs 



Henry Odi 
Assistant Provost 




Jill Sherman 
Vice President for Develop- 
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John Smeaton 
Vice Provost of 
Student Affairs 



Ken Smith 

Vice President for 

Public Affairs 




Jenny Volchko 

Associate Dean of 

Student Life 




Ron Ticho 

Assistant Vice President for 

University Relations 




Joe Sterrett 

Executive Director 

of Athletics 



The President's Farewell... 



What should I say to you who are on the verge of what is called real life? So much has 
already been said in your four years at Lehigh. What's left? 

Of course, the most useful bits of advice are repeated so many times that they begin to 
sound like a series of cliches. But, cliches are often true. So here is some advice with no 
tuition bill attached. 

First, real life is great, but you don't have to be really real by 26. If you want to go to 
graduate school, by all means go. If you want to start a company and make your first 
million by 30, get busy. If you have always wondered what the Roman Forum looks like 
at sunset, or want to polish your French by the Eiffel Tower, volunteer for an 
archeological dig, or trek through Asia, think about doing it now. It's a great time for 
adventures. You can take a risk, follow a whim, and still have time to have two children, a 
mortgage, and a lawn to mow by the time you are 35. 

Next, remember that you have one of the greatest opportunities of all: to work at 
something that interests you. I hope that you will always be blessed with enthusiasm for 
your work. It will keep you full of life and open to new ideas and new people. 

Finally, reach for your star but make sure that your foot is not in someone else's face 
while you stretch. No matter how many stars you collect, people are still more important. 
Take time to be a good son or daughter, husband or wife, parent, friend, and member of 
the community. Do great things, but be a good person, too. In the end, that's what 
matters most. Above all, have wonderful lives, and come back to Lehigh 
now and then to tell us how you are doing. 




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ON THE 

EDGE OF POS S1BEIT1ES 

It all started with Freshmen Move-In Day. Who could forget that 
hot August day? Freshman year is always a learning experience 
for everyone. We comeback for our sophomore year more prepared 
and ready for anything. We have our friends and our minds 
made up about what we really want to do with the rest of our lives, 
or at least we think so. Then, onward and upward we move, we 
are juniors, past the halfway point. Time to start thinking about 
interviews, loan payments, and that dreaded R-word, responsi- 
bility. Now, at this point, more so than ever before, we are truly 
on the edge of possibilities. 



EDITORS 
Andrew Hartmann 



UNDERGRADUATES 




^feshmen year symbolizes a 
new beginning. Entering 
Lehigh, we were on the edge 
of many adjustments. Becom- 
ing independent was an 
experience that had some 
positive and negative side 
effects. Although we were 
living with our friends, it was 
hard not to become homesick 
from time to time. Sharing a 
room freshman year wasn't 
always easy either, it often 
tested and developed our 
interpersonal skills. The first 
year at Lehigh made us stron- 
ger overall, ready to face the 
challenges of what lay ahead. 



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Megan Ackers 

Theresa Adeliyi 

Nana Agyemang 

Jason Allen 

Christopher Amato 



Ernest Amouzou 

Lorraine Annucci 

Lacey Anzelc 

Christopher Argall 

Ashlev Arrasmith 



Masako Asaka 

Kurt Avunduk 

Lvnn Baione 

Omar Bakth 

Sara Barker 



Daniel Barli 

Devon Battaglia 

Paul Bauer 

John Baumann 

Aaron Bellows 



Jarrad Berman 

Catherine Bishop 

Robert Black 

Meghan Blackford 

Andy Blumenstock 



Jason Bombard 

Jacob Borbidge 

Drew Bradway 

Jamie Brokowsky 

Laressa Broyles-Moore 




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Jim Buccola 
Pete Bulger 
Kimberlv Bullock 
Supanat Buranarom 
Jamaal Burcher 



Jabre Burns 
Matthew Buttacavoli 
Alvaro Cabrera 
Noelia Cabrera 
Jennifer Caffrey 



Michele Calabro 
Michelle Callari 
Nicholas Cappadona 
Lauren Carhart 
Jason Carini 



Christopher Carino 
Dabv Carreras 
Thomas Carter 
Rebecca Cartv 
Rosendo Catala, Jr. 



Matthew Cernobvl 
Errol Chedick 
Andrew Cheerman 
Dana Chehanskv 
Melisa Cinarli 



Melsa Clarke 
Steven Clarke 
William Coladonato 
Tom Colosimo 
Rvan Corkery 



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Rebecca Crouse 

Sarah Cubbage 

Jeffrey Currier 

Jessica Damert 

Christopher D'Angelo 



Kataline Darmono 

Alyssa DeBonis 

Nihar Desai 

Philip DiBartolomeo 

Eric Dickstein 



Allyson Doerr 

Aaron Drellich 

Kathryne Duke 

Christine Duncan 

Shabnam Emamian 



Warren Bradley Engle 

Robin Ernstrom 

Jennifer Esposito 

Randi P. Evans 

Pedro M. Fajardo 



Lauren Farrell 

Josh Feldstein 

Michelle Ferreri 

Sara Ferris 

Tyler Finkle 



Vicki Fishback 

Joseph Forte 

Cheryl Foster 

Barrett Frankel 

Jill Frazier 




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0^2,002, 




Susan Fusi 
Christina Gallo 
Heidi Gallo 
Katharine Gardner 
David Geissler 



Christine Georgopoulos 

Kelly Glaser 
Michael Goff 
Sarah Goldman 
Amanda Gontarz 



Angelique Gordon 
Jennifer Griffin 
Kriti Gwal 
Allison Hamilton 
Andrew Harrison 



James Healy 
Jay Heibel 
Amanda Henry 
David Hepkin 
Tara Ho 



Adam Hoch 
Oliver Hopkins 
Jason Horowitz 
Sonya Horwell 
Stephanie Howell 



Grant Hutchings 
Jana Iwasaki 
Denise Jamison 
Andrew Joslin 
Momoro Kaji 



UNDE RGNADl I. 



Rudy Kaplan 

Jennifer Karpovich 

Ashley Kay 

Bruce Kelly 

Sean Kenny 



Anastasia Keramas 

Cindy Kim 

Catherine Kise 

Amy Klesse 

Suzanna Klingensmith 



Eric Koester 

Elizabeth Kohut 

Gillian Kost 

John Kovich 

Nathan Krieger 



Rebecca Kross 

Alison Kulp 

Tim Kulp 

Mary Kurry 

John Lagodney 



Edward Lamp, II 

Giselle Lapernet 

Melinda Lee 

Deena Levine 

Kitti Lewis 



Julie Lindquist 

Monica LoBrutto 

Jeanmarie Lord 

Melvin Lowe 

Sanda Lukic 




CLASS 



2,002, 




Suzanne Lupovici 
Kaaya Malhotra 
Enrique Mancillas 
Elizabeth Markulin 
Danielle Martinez 



Katie Masi 
Meagan McCoy 
Jeffrey McDermott 
Jason Metzger 
David Miller 



Libby Mitchell 
Amol Mohapatra 
Hank Mong 
Mikey Montenegro 
Sunitha Moonthungal 



Justin Morea 
Stephanie Moy 
Linda Murad 
Alexander Napoli 
lamie Nelson 



C. R. Newell 
Rachel Noe 
Andrew Nordstrom 
Joon Oh 
Kwadwo Osafo-Maafo 



Ryan Overberger 
Corey Packard 
Peter Paone 
Hina Parveen 
Vishal Patel 



UNDERGRADUATES 



Elizabeth Piaggesi 

Alyce Porawski 

Mike Rabinovitz 

Kelly Rafferty 

Halley Rechler 



Jennifer Reid 

Andrew Rieland 

Michael Rinkunas 

Laura Riordan 

Keith Roberts 



Joaquin Roesch 

Brian Rotante 

Joshua Rothman 

Lydia Royer 

Susan Rubow 



Margaret Rutherford 

Yoshitaka Saito 

John Paul Samar 

John Santel 

Kristin Sargent 



Tom Scaperotto 

Jennifer Schatz 

Rob Scholl 

Natasha Schuh 

Valerie Schultz 



Laura Schwamb 

Nicole Schwartz 

Latoya Scott 

John Semtner 

Katherine Shannon 




CLASS^F2002 




Julie Sharenko 
Barrv Shenker 
Aaron Sherrick 
Catherine Shields 
Zach Shirk 



Jason Siedlecki 
Rico Silvetti 
Taylor Simpson 
Maureen Slemenda 
Adrian Smith 



Jason Snagusky 
Penny Soden 
Mark Stamidis 
Susan Straut 
Robert Sulzbach 



Jamie Swanson 
Jonathan Syfu 
Jeffrey Syracuse 
Jason Szostek 
Danielle Thibeault 



Chad Thoman 
Jake Towne 
Damon Tragni 
Anil Trindade 
Kim Tucker 



Laura Tursick 
Matt Urbanovich 
Bryan Ursic 
Laura Vanco 
Diana Van Den Essen 



Jason Vantol 
Vadim Vassiliev 

Melissa Viele 
Martine Volmar 

David Wachs 



Lisa Walts 

Scott Weber 

Jennifer Weilnau 

Bari Weinstock 

Courtney Wen 



Kara Wet/el 

Charlie White 

Maureen Whitlev 

Michelle Wildgen 

Rvan Wilt 



Paul Wisor 

Kathleen Wolf 

Sean Wolf 

Katie Worms 

Sam Yaggy 



Christie Young 

Desong Yu 

Robert Zeoli 




Glass OF2002 




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IjDphomore year was reality 
time. The fun-filled days of 
freshmen year seemed like a 
fading memory, well not 
completely. Class work 
became more demanding 
and made us all feel a bit 
edgy. But sophomore year 
was good for other reasons. 
It was a year in which we 
developed closer relation- 
ships with our housemates 
and roommates, a year in 
which we felt like we truly 
belonged to the Lehigh 
University family. 




Undi rgraduates 



Mike Ahearn 

Susan Alexander 

Kevin Allen 

Patrice Alvino 

Benjt Andersen 



Christv Anderson 

Christopher Angelo 

Sherry Antoine 

Stephanie Bailer 

Jessica Barhight 



Christopher Belcher 

Hrvoje Benko 

Alissa Bennett 

Erika Berg 

Leanne Bewlev 



Jami Bisetti 

Jason Black 

Michael Black 

Jennifer Branda 

Matthieu Bridier 



Lynn Buscarini 

Amy Buzinski 

Whitney Carrier 

Patrick Charles 

Nicholas Cirilli 



Nancy Copenhafer 

Kachina DaCosta 

Emily Deia 

Derek Doeschner 

Meghan Dotzman 




of 2001 




Andrew Eiler 
Marisa Eisenman 
Brian Engelhardt 
Yalcin Eskiyapan 
Alex Fischl 



Ramie Fung 
Joseph Gargagliano 
Melissa Genetti 
Angelo Gentis 
Colleen Glass 



Mark Glogowski 
Daniel Goldshlack 
Hollie Gorish 
Molike Green 
Beth Haddad 



Ryanne Hahn 
Allison Haines 
Christine Hartmann 
Sara Hessel 
Anthony Hillman 



Brian Hoff 
Brenton Hoffman 
Kendra Horvat 
Molly Hott 
John Howe 



Wavne Hu 
Phillip Hubler 
C. J. Janneck 
Paul Johe 
Ryan Johnson 



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Kelly Johnston 

Jennifer E. Keenan 

Mohammed Kermalli 

Benjamin Kiner 

Thomas Koontz, II 



Nicole Lelchuk 

Christina Leveque 

Sarah Liebentritt 

William Little 

Debbie Ludvigson 



Eric Luehmann 

Allison Mack 

Patricia Marckesano 

Mark Marohn 

Nicholas Mathers 



Eric Matthews 

Mike McCue 

Sabrina McGuigan 

Kristy McHale 

Nicole Menges 



Rita Mesko 

Marlon Miller 

Eugene Min 

Keli Mlodossich 

Sherrie Moore 



Beth Mozolic 

Nathan Murphy 

Khanh Nguyen 

Siobhan O'Brien 

Mark Okrent 




of 2001 




Derek Ong 
Amy Pagel 
Shane Para 
Sarah Parker 
Mered Parnes 



Stephanie Peters 
Chris Piazza 
Jason Pinkney 
Katelyn Powers 
Jonathan Prager 



Annelise Preslan 
Paramjeet Randhawa 
Mandira Ray 
Evan Raymond 
Lauren Redeker 



Tavis Rendell 
Nicole Repetto 
Jenny Ribeiro-Desa 
Stephen Richardson 
Jeffrey Richman 



Shavonne Robinson 
Amber Rodzik 
Sloan Rother 
Seth Rubin 
Cicero Salmon, III 



Heidi Schauer 
Bridget Scheib 
Charles Schneider 
Adrian Silversmith 
Brian Smith 



Eunbyul Sou 

Mark Spedaliere 

Yury Steingart 

Dorothy Super 

Kristine Takeshita 



Tavy Thomas 

Catherine Tran 

Kristian Trauger 

Renee Trotter 

Christopher Wagner 



Eudora Weaver 

Louisa Weise 

Dea Weisman 

Casey Wetterling 

James Whelan 



Erin Willey 

Joel Williams 

David Wilson 

Jennifer Wilson 

Erik Wittman 



Jason Wood 

David Yuan 

Michael Zampella 




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2001 



_nior year was a very 
powerful time. No longer 
lacking the experience of 
freshmen and sopho- 
mores, juniors have a 
chance to be on the edge 
by exploring leadership 
opportunities and aca- 
demic research. Al- 
though upperclassmen, 
juniors don't need to 
worry about finding a job 
or applying to graduate 
school for another year. 
Truly the place to be. 




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Kate Ball 

William Keith Blair 

Alicia Bonaly 

Sarah Care 

Stephanie Cesario 



Kerry Chambers 

Caroline Chang 

R. Sharon Chinthrajah 

Raymond Cleary 

Paul Adam Cooper 



John Craig 

Jay T. Crosby 

James Cybulski 

Melissa Dillon 

Jennifer Dunmire 



Charles Dyreyes 

Michael Emorv 

Robert Engleman 

Stephanie Ferrara 

Richard Fox, Jr. 



Kathy Freitag 

Ian Ftaiha 

Brian Gasda 

Emir Gazioglu 

Matt Geib 



David Gevry 

Vicki Gonzalez 

Andrew Griffin 

David Guzas 

Troy Hendrv 





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2,000 




Patrick Hickey 
Bethanne Houck 
Christopher Jensen 
David Kapferer 
Vlad Kotlyarsky 



Wendy Kuhn 
Lori Kuhns 
Karen Lam 
Eric Leebow 
Heather Lloyd 



Donny Lubinsky 
Carrie Lyons 
Darren Magarro 
Ritu Malhotra 
Andrew Mall 



Marsha Marshall 
Fred Mason 
Joe McCabe 
Gregory McDonald 
Emerito Medalla 



Melissa Mendenhall 
Michelle Murad 
Chris Nitchie 
Marii Ohara 
Cheryl Padula 



Nicole Parisi-Smith 
Arthur Pinto 
Kelly Powell 
Eben Rauhut 
Dan Rhoads 



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Sharon Romano 

Vincent Rusciano 

Steve Ruzze 

Drew Schmidt 

Brian Schneider 



Soren Scott 

Amit Shah 

Adam Simon 

Jen Sinelnikov 

Hance Sitkus 



Jeremy Smith 

Matt Sparks 

Matthew Stalsitz 

Kathryn Stavola 

Stacey Stein 



Siri Steinberg 

Jason Stokes 

Scott Stover 

Stephen Strack 

3radford Teasdale 



Courtney Vail 

Katharine Varian 

Veronica Vollmer 

Stephen Wachter 

Deborah Wasserlein 



Allison Weinger 

James Weir 

Jamie Weir 

Michael Weiss 

Joseph Wilev 





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Chris Wyble 
Jennifer Zeoli 
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Above: They're older, 
they're badder, they're 
brothers of Beta Theta Pi 
hanging out at tailgates. 

Left: These Lehigh 
students soak up the 
sun's rays during pre- 
football game festivities 
on Goodman Campus. 



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a.m. requires a 
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EDGE OF ACTIVITY 



Despite all the changes that the new century may bring, some things 



within organizations will always remain the same. Student Senate will 



continue to exemplify leadership as they work toward improving life at 



Lehigh. Without teamwork, the Rugby team would not score or tackle 



as efficiently. Friendship is a long-lasting and central feature of Best 



Buddies, while the members of Alpha Phi Omega provide community 



services to others that will continue to be appreciated well beyond their 



years here. Each year, young Mountain Hawk fans and elder Engineers 



are awakened by the thundering spirit of the Marching '97. Each 



organization is different, yet together they are all on the edge of activity. 



EDITORS 
Vicki Hagnevik & Siri Steinberg 



ORGANIZATIONS 



he Lehigh University Choir, under 
the direction of Dr. Steven Sametz, 
has come to exemplify excellence in 
choral music. Through yearly 
auditions, new students are chosen 
on the basis of musicianship and 
vocal skills. The group rehearses 
twice weekly and performs up to 
four times a year in Lehigh's 

Arts Center. The 
choir regularly tours the United 
States and has also performed in 
Germany, Austria, France, and the 
Caribbean. This summer the choir is 
planning a three-week tour that will 
include five countries in Asia. 
Although the choir tours as an a 
cappella group, their repertoire also 
includes major works. The choir 
consistently premiers new works by 
a number of composers including 
Dr. Sametz. Growing every year in 

and selectivity, the 
Lehigh University Choir is quickly 
becoming a showpiece of the music 
department as well as the university. 



Upper Right: (Left to Right) 
Front Row - Michelle Murad, Elisa 
Wiherin, Victoria Jaggard 
Middle Row - Marc Cohen, John 
VanDugteren, Kristian Ording, 
Nate Seigel 

Back Roir - Greg Dvorocsik 
Lower Right: (Left to Right) 
Front Row - Elisa Wiherin, Victoria 
Jaggard 

Back Rozv - Tommy Gamarello, 
Dave Bongo, Greg Dvorocsik, Nate 
Seigel, Kristian Ording, Michelle 
Murad, Tom Koontz, John 
VanDugteren, Marc Cohen 



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Right: (Left to Right) 
Fighting nerves before a major 
concert, members of the choir 
anxiously await their stage call. 
Front - Brvon Yoder 
Back Row - Elvse Kemmerer, Eben 
Rauhut, Michelle Murad, Kristian 
Ording, Brad Seamans, Marcia 
Mierzvva, Dave Bongo 




tudent Senate XI 
Executive Board: 
President: Emily Wurgaft 
Vice President: James Stanley 
Treasurer. Lee Hayward 
Secretary: Nicole Parisi-Smith 
Parliamentarian: Tim Shotmeyer 
Committee Chairs: Scott Arra, 
Meghan Dotzman, Cheryl Foster, 
Ken Hagan, Lee Hayward, Tim 
Lyster, Tom M , Sara 

Pickens, Mark Spedliare, Mike 
Warren 

Senators: Matt Bridier, Luke Cass, 
Cara Chamberlain, Cynthia 
Crookston, Jaclyn Day, Rachel 
Drazdowski, Jennifer Dunmire, 
Scott Engel, Brian Erwin, An- 
thony Hillman, Kate Kise, Jessica 
Lascar, Risa Letowsky, Ted 
Lunsford, Darren Magarro, Josh 
Male, Dana Mariano, Libby 
Mitchell, Thu Nguyen, Glenn 
Pero, Jonathan Rausch, Lee 
Robertson, Lauren Saalfeld, Ryan 
Scanlon, Renee Trotter, Kim 
Tucker, Lauren Vierheilig, 
Christian Volpicella, Courtney 
Wen 

Advisors: Dean Erickson, 
Alexandra Duggan, Jane Gilbert 

"People become really quite 

when they 
start thinking they can do things. 
Wlien they believe in themselves 
they have the first secret of 
success." — Norman Vincent 
Peale 

Upper Right: (Left to Right) 

Top Row - Tim Shotmeyer, James Stanley 
Bottom Row - Lee Hayward, Emily 
Wurgaft, Nicole Parisi-Smith 




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he goal of Best Buddies is to 

provide an opportunity for college 

students and individuals with 

mental retardation to become 

friends. Students and persons 

with mental retardation are given 

a chance to develop leadership 

potential, improve social skills, 

boost self-confidence, learn how to 

live in a community, 

and expand their network of 

friends through a one-to-one 

friendship. This year, Best 

Buddies had a pumpkin-picking 

outting with a hayride, a bowling 

outting, and also supported a 

Lehigh basketball game. Every 

year, Best Buddies sponsors a Best 

Buddies Ball, which unites all the 

area universities for a night of 

dancing and fun. In addition to 

the group outtings, they also share 

in one-to-one time with their 

buddies which is the essential part 

of developing 

! Best Buddies 

is proud to say that since last year, 

they have increased their matches 

from 13 to 27. They have definitely 

come a long way! 



Above (Left to Right): Ritchie Rana and 

buddy John Bubba stop to pose before 

attempting another strike. 

Left (Left "to Right): Chris Wells with 

buddies Nathan Bovle and Bradley 

Vosko. 



s a council we have been dedicated 
to making the Class of 1999's 
senior year the best it could 
possibly be. We have worked hard 
and have also had a lot of fun. 
From late night letter writing 
sessions, TODAY Show appear- 
ances, lunch meetings with pickles, 
and pancake breakfasts, we have 
done it all. And who could forget 
the nuts & bolts at the Tally Ho! 
The S we have 

helped to create will last a lifetime. 
We must also thank all those 
former council members and the 
countless others who have helped 
us over the years. And to our 
advisor, Thad Turner, without 
whom we would not have gotten 
anywhere. His never-ending 
patience and 

has been the driving force behind 
everything we have done. We, as 
representatives of the Class of 
1999, sincerely hope we have 
helped in making everyone's 
memories here at Lehigh unforget- 
table. 

Class Council 

President - Maureen Johnson 
Vice President - Erik Sherman 
Treasurer - Colleen Griggs 
Secretary - Jennifer Conigliaro 
Advisor - Thad Turner 



Upper Right: 

Class Council at the unveiling 
of "Lehigh 99" on the UC front 
lawn 
Right: 

The Class Council makes 
national television! TODAY 
show host and 1999 com- 
mencement speaker Katie 
Couric with Colleen, Erik, Jen, 
Maureen. 



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ANIZATIONS 




LAFFAIRS 



he purpose of the "Challenge for 
Success Mentoring Program" is to 
provide mentors for freshman 
students, to assist in their adjust- 
ment to Lehigh both academically 
and socially, and to provide 
additional help and support 
through peer I g. 

Freshmen and peer mentors are 
paired based on majors and 
interests. The program's goals are 
to help freshmen students to feel a 
part of the Lehigh community, and 
to ultimately promote unity among 
the communitv here at Lehigh. 

" Whoever would be a teacher of men 

and women let them begin by teaching 

themselves before teaching others; and 

let him or her teach by example rather 

than teaching by word. For he or she 
who teaches themselves rectifies his or 

her own ways, and is more deserving 

ofX t and reverence than he 

or she who would teach others and 

rectify their ways." 



Above: 

"Mv big sister is one of the most involved 
students on campus. Dana helps in so 
many activities and through her 
participation she has helped inspire me 
to be more involved. She is also of the 
sweetest women on campus and I was 
glad I was paired with her." (left to right : 
Dana Hughes, Alyssa Bryant) 
Left: (Left to Right) 
Front Roic : Shannon Rivers, Molike 
Green, Randi Evans, Laverne Goulborne 
2nd Row. Tashieka Tucker, Jamal Burcher, 
Charmaine Price, Clifton London, 
Marsha Marshall, Alyssa Bryant, 
Angelique Gordon, Ericka Smith, Avon 
Mack, Summer Harling 
Back Rozo: Keiyana Scott, Janice Harris, 
Dana Hughes, Zuri Briscoe 



reatest Band East of All Points West 
Welcome back my friends to the 
show that never ends." At every 
football game you hear them come 
crashing through the gates, march- 
ing in unison to that rocking percus- 
sion beat. Exclaiming their twist 
about that day's rival as a break 
comes in the measure. Then, swarm- 
ing to the field like a fleet of ships 
lead by a Mighty Captain they begin 
pumping out an immense sound that 
makes you look twice to count how 
many are really 

there. When all is said and done 
they trek back to the stands, propel- 
ling the tunes that cheer the home 
team to victory during the game. 
Through the sweltering heat, driving 
rain, or freezing cold they are there 
expressing extreme psyche for their 
Alma Mater and the team. They 
are. ..the Lehigh Marching 97. 
Things that will forever be remem- 
bered: the Moped, Twizzlers, hot 
and cold scum, the alumni, "here's 
to you...," citrus frosh, Camp Wayne, 
"one more time,. ..I swear," Q-tip 
head, psyche, our 
number, the winger, 1075, dinks, 
super women, the war zone, 
captain's quarters, sophomore skins, 
Richmond, UMass, 12-0, Steve in the 
mud, Nick's underwear, the tribute 
to Graham (Graham, Graham, 
Graham), 470 Birkel, 473 Montclair, 
TP 45, TP 52, TP 14, exec skit, senior 
skit, spontaneous halftime drills, pic 
hut, mighty rank three, D.A.G. 

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Left: 

Our illustrious leader, Stephen 

Rittler, doing his thing. 

Above: (Left to Right) 

Our best procurement ever! 

Steven Oaves, President 

Farrington, Stephen Rittler 

Upper Right: 

Our psyched up seniors: 

Front row - David Yussen, Liz 

Rorick 

Back Row - Justin Traum, Ben 

Alexander, Brett Shallcross, John 

Shabaker, Doug Hyrb, Steve 

Rittler, Brian McEnerney, Steve 

Claves 




LUTV 



he Lehigh University Television 
Club aspires to provide a televi- 
sion medium for students to hone 
skills in producing, writing, and 
directing television programming; 
to work with different academic 
programs to engender television 
programming endemic to their 
specific needs and objectives; and 
to enhance student life by afford- 
ing students the opportunity to 
work with various aspects of 
production. 

LUTV Executive Board '98-'99 

President: Mike Edelman 

Vice-President: Lauren Redeker 

Program Coordinator/Treasurer: 

Todd Schnirel 

Advisor: Johanna Brams 

News Advisor: Carole Gornev 




Above (Left to Right): Mike Edelman, Todd Schirel, Lauren Redeker, Johanna Brams 



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arth and Environmental Science 
Club 

1998-1999 Officers 

Co-President: Beth Blanchet 

Co-President: Tracy Calvin 

Secretary: Tessa Allen 

Treasurer: Dan Moscovici 




Above: (Left to Right) Christina Roedema, Beth Blanchet, Tessa Allen. 

Active Members: (Not Pictured) Tracy Calvin, Michelle Stopper, Dan Moscovici, Julie Gibson, Laura Guziak, Jason 

Lorenzetti, Paval Shah, and Allison Mack. 



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his year has been one of great 
change for Lehigh Crew. Through 
the course of the year we moved 
into our long awaited new boat- 
house and hired a new coach, quite 
possiblv two of the greatest 
movements forward for the team. 
Through the coaching of Paul 
Savelle the team was able to take 
on new challenges and achieve 
e. We received 
medals at two regattas in the fall 
and are working toward even 
stronger and faster boats for the 
upcoming seasons. This year we 
were given the opportunity to 
compete individually at the 
Bucknell Erg Sprints. There 
Lehigh Crew shined as they were 
awarded a total of ten medals 
across many events. Through it all 
the team grew together and most 
of all we will take with us lessons 
in led: 311 and friend- 

ship. To our seniors Jim Stauder 
and Sasha Sopic, thanks for all of 
your hard work through the years 
as both rowers and executive 
board members. We will all miss 
your energy and personalities 
and most of all your dedication in 
making the team what it is today 
and in the future. Best of Luck! 



Executive Board: 
President: Jim Stauder 
Vice President: Ashley 

Goodwin 
Treasurer: Sasha Sopic 
Secretary: Vicki Hagnevik 
Equipment Managers: 

Andrew Eckstein 
Dan Schwarz 




merits for the 1998-99 
Academic Year: Corporate spon- 
sors: Allied Signal, Chrysler 
Corporation, Airproducts, Na- 
tional Starch and Chemical Corp., 
Bethlehem Steel, and the Howmet 
Corp. Fund-raising: Spades 
Tournament, Papa Johns Certifi- 
cate Sales, Halloween and Valen- 
tines Candv Grams, and Bookstore 
Merchandise Sales. Professional 

: Time 
Management, Power Point Presen- 
tation Skill, Resume/Cover Letter, 
and Why Graduate Workshops. 
Academic Excellence: 3.0 Crew 
Sessions, Tutoring Sessions (in 
Math, Engr 1, and Mechanical 
Engineering Courses). Commu- 
nity Service: Community Out- 
reach Program, Pre-College 
Initiative Program. Awards: PCI 
Chair of the Year, USTR 3rd Place, 
Two Torch Bearers, 2nd Place in 
Tri-Mathalon, 2nd Year partici- 
pants in the AC 
Technical Bowl. 




Upper Right: Adfia Bristol, Einah 

Manalo 

Lower Right: (Left to Right) 

First Row - Folashade Adeshuko, 

Kachina DaCosta, Corey Andrews, 

Mobolagi Kamson, Tvsha Hamilton, 

Adfia Bristol 

Second Row - Keisha Antoine, Christine 

Levaque, Welela Hailesassie, Adearme 

Kelly, Einah Manalo, Erika Smith, 

Angela Rattray, Marvin Bennett, 

Jonathan Martindale 

Back Row - Quang Vo, Charlene Fergus, 

Karis Cox, Summer Harling, Hiriti 

Haileselassie, Jamie Brathwaite, Tahir 

Rivers, Nana Agyemang, Professor 

Moo-Young 



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he Lehigh University Interfraternity Council is comprised of 27 fraternity presidents, 7 committee 
heads, and 6 executive board members. The members of the IFC, as leaders on campus, hold the 
responsibility of representing the fraternities here at Lehigh to the best of their ability. Since the 
colonization of the first fraternity at Lehigh in 1872, the system has made an extraordi- 

nary amount of positive contributions to the welfare of the Lehigh community. Through fund- 
raisers and various other community service projects and events, the fraternities and Interfraternity 
Council at Lehigh have worked hard to create and maintain positive friendships with both the 
Lehigh and Bethlehem communities. Some events that the IFC has helped this year 

include events during Alcohol Awareness and Eating Disorders Awareness Weeks, SADD events, 
and other programs designed to educate Lehigh students in various areas of concern such as AIDS 
and drug abuse. Here, in 1999, the Greek System is still going strong and the next 127 years stand 





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he Brown and White, Lehigh's 
student newspaper, has appeared 
every Tuesday and Friday during 
the school vear since January 16, 
1894. From the windowless subter- 
ranean of the University Center, the 
B&W editors endless 

hours to the task of bringing the 
campus "All the Lehigh News First." 
The task is not a simple one, but is 
always worthwhile. Whether 
physically confronting First Amend- 
ment violators, driving to UMass, 
defending editorials, or searching 
dumpsters for stolen newspapers, 
the editors take their jobs seriously 
(well, most of the time). We'll never 
forget: the unisex bathroom, God- 
dess Jenn Rauch, Jennyev, L.A. 
Jones, Pat-a-cakes, CutieH, Big Fish, 
calling Stevie G. for e-board, "that 
special someone," early press nights, 
no 6 am exits, Danny from the Free 
Press, Jenn's wax balls, "Eli, can you 
help me?," CD comics, Anna Mia 
dinners, Jack and Wally— we love 
you!!!!!, candy from the Lule boys, 
Diane and Linda— you're the best, 
news that b-slaps Pat in the face, 
Drama 11, Mickey You're 

So Fine, Bill White-we live for your 
approval, UMass pressbox, secrets 
from the drive home, meeting the 
Everett boys, Brooke getting tough- 
skinned, Jen O.— enough said, and of 
course, the Year of the Woman! 




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Right: (Left to Right) 

Bottom Rozv - Cori Zacharius, 

Amanda Henry, Allison 

Rabinovitz, Mickey Brown, 

Jimmy Bromfiled, Alison 

Reemer, Debbie Ludvigson 

Middle Row - Jennifer 

Keendan, Jennifer O'Brien, 

Jamie Pumphrey, Stephanie 

Bailer, Adrianne Smelko, 

Lindsey Fuchs, Eugenia 

Strychalski 

Top Row - Patrick Doherty, 

Lisa Jones, Eli Conner, 

Jennifer Everett, Jennifer 

Rauch, Alex Olbrecht 




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pa Kappa Psi, the National Honorary 
Fraternity for College Band-members, 
established the Kappa Gamma chapter at 
Lehigh University on January 28, 1995. 
Since that time the brothers have strived 
to create a name for themselves here on 
campus and in the community. Over the 
past school year, the chapter had many 
service projects. These included helping 
to clean the score library, ushering for 

at the Zoellner 
Arts Center, tutoring middle school 
children in music at Broughal, caroling for 
the holiday season, and participating in 
the Good Scholar Election. The chapter 
also participated in many social events 
ranging from brotherhood dinners, a 
game night, ultimate frisbee, bowling, ice 
skating, and a cosponsored party with the 
Mustard and Cheese Society. Kappa 
Gamma was also proud to initiate the 
fifth class of 'S, the epsilons, 

during the spring semester. Next year the 
chapter hopes to hold precincts for the 
North East district and 
expand more in the music 
department, the campus, and 
the community. 



Active Members: Ben Alexander, Leanne 

Bewley, Armer Burkart, Graham 

Christensen, Nick Cirilli, Chris Clark, 

Steve Claves, Keith Domhrowski, Jill 

Frieman, David Guzas, Juan 

Hernandez, Brian Hoff, Nate 

Hunsinger, Doug Hvrb, Eric Krute, 

Kathy Kryzanek, Rachel Laughlin, 

Bryan McEnerney, Sabrina McGuigan, 

Ted Mielczarek, Christopher Noon, 

Sarah Phillips, Kate Pifko, Fran 

Pugliese, Stephen Rittler, Brett 

Shallcross, Adam Stone, Robert Walko, 

Eudora Weaver, Vanessa Williams 

Upper Right: (Left to Right) 

Nick Cirilli and Leanne Bewley 



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niversitv Productions strives to 
provide a variety of quality enter- 
tainment to students. In the past 
\ ear, some of our biggest shows 
have included comedian David 



Chappelle, magician Amazing 
Jonathan, and comedian Lewis 
Black. Besides these large-scale 
shows, University Productions also 
provides a of activities, 

such as coffeehouse shows, trips to 
New York Citv and Philadelphia, 
and special events including sky- 
diving simulators, laser tag, and 
virtual reality rides. The year is 
capped off with Sundaze, our all- 
dav concert and carnival. 




University Productions 

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oal: To help foster racial harmony 
throughout the Lehigh Commu- 
nity bv promoting Asian aware- 
ness and cultural diversitv. 
Our cultural and social events 
include the Lunar New Year 
Celebration, Fall Moon Festival, 
International LVC 2UIT1, 
International Bazaar, Fall & Spring 
Semiformal, Halloween Party, and 
picnics. 




Members: Dien Vong, Shen Lu, Kennv Leung, Jovce Hwang, Lan Cui, Ricky Cheng, Kiran Hemgay, Desong Yu, Chiu 
Chow, Simon Hwang, Tina Kao, Audrey Kang, Dong Yi, Ken An, Alex Auyeung, Khanh Nguyen, Dana Chin, Patrick 
Charles, Maytee Lerttamrah, Jenny Tsai, Lisa Tsai, Eshita Bakshi, Einah Manalo, Dennis Mui, Bik Ng, Derek Ong, Siv 
Ngan, Arthur Pinto, Alice Chin, David Cheung, Jeff Shum, Bart Tjondromi, Hui-Ting Shen, Herrick Lai, Emily Yau, 
Jennifer Yau, Ngan To, Frank Chan, Nguyen Tran, Wesley Lin, Aaron Pardoe, Quang Vo, Greta Tang, Mandy Chan, Tina 
Kim, Christine Roque, David Nguyen, Cindy Kim, Vanita Dharan, Nishita Patel, Pragati Gupta, Cathey Lee, Li-Wei Ko, 
Ramie Fung, Linda Murad, Simon Yuen, David Wong, William Choi, Champanine Saviengvong, and Anil Trindade. 



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he Gymnastics Club has consis- 
tently grown over the past few 
years. This year's team is one of 
the largest in its history. Being 
recognized by the National Asso- 
ciation of Intercollegiate Gymnas- 
tics Clubs has opened the door for 
competition in various meets 
around the northeastern United 
States. This year we competed at 
the Syracuse University Invita- 
tional and at the Club Gymnastics 
Nationals. We also the 

third annual Lehigh University 
Invitational. The team has really 
enjoyed developing as a squad and 
training at Parkette's National 
Training 
Center in Allentown. We have had 
many great times together and 
hope that the club continues to 
prosper. Good luck to our seniors: 
Joleen Codner, Erika Smith, and 
Lauren Weiss! 



Upper Right: 

Lauren Weiss, Senior President 

Right: 

Front Roic - Joleen Codner, Heidi Gallo, 

Sarah Lucot 

Back Row - Lauren Weiss, Tricia Rice, 

Amanda Fraser, Ingrid Schafrick, Erika 

Bialowoz 

Not Pictured - Noelle Calautti, Kate 

Diamond, Erika Smith 




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he Gryphon Society was formed 

here at Lehigh University in 1957. 

For the past 41 years, members 

have counseled, guided, and 

extended their influence into the 

lives of countless residents, and 

have had their lives enriched in 

return. Gryphons plan and 

coordinate social and educational 

programs for their V 

and work as a team to enhance the 

quality of life within the Residence 

Halls. Most will agree becoming a 

Gryphon is a rewarding 

experience. The society is made up 

of approximately 78 Gryphons 

scattered over the campus who 

come together not only as 

teammates, but as . As 

we work to achieve common goals, 

we develop ourselves and our 

bonds to each other. It takes a 

group as diverse and dynamic as 

the Gryphon Society to be the 

"heart and mind of Lehigh." 

"Phil found the beat-down stick!" 

ImaGinative 

DiveRse 
VisionarY 

ResPonsible 
Helpful 
ROle model 
SeNsible 



Upper Right (Left To Right) 
TOGA!!! The Good us Lookus 
Boysus of Mark Lewkowitz, Paul 
Veprek, Mered Parnes, Brandon 
Sedgewick 



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Ipha Phi Omega, national service 
fraternity, is founded on three 
cardinal principles: leadership, 
friendship, and service. The Alpha 
Psi chapter at Lehigh University has 
served the area for over 60 years. 
Our members volunteer their time 
and energv to local 
organizations including Second 
Harvest Food Bank, Red Cross, New 
Bethanv Ministries, Easton Family 
Center, Easton ASPCA, and the 
Miller Blood Center. Every year in 
the spring, APO sponsors CID, 
Community Interaction Day, when 
students help clean up Bethlehem's 
South Side. Brothers also volunteer 
on campus by ushering at Zoellner 
events and sponsoring SADD 
dances. This past year, brothers 
organized a very successful sectional 
conference where other college 
chapters came and participated in 
various workshops and a service 
project to the AIDS 

foundation. Recently, APO's size 
has been increasing, which will 
allow them to take part in more 
projects during the upcoming years. 




Upper Right: Members gather for a photo 

before CID. 

Right: The members of Alpha Phi Omega. 



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Top: lulie Resch and Heather Krey 

proudly display their letters. 

Above: (Left to Right) 

Back Row - Janine Collura, Ptere 

mescher, Rudy Kaplan, Ashish Raju, 

Carolyn Shemwell, Tina Powell, 

Amanda Gontarz, Martine Volmar, 

Alyssa DeBonis, Julianne Lawson, 

Michael McKeon. 

Front Row - Christine Hartmartn, 

Meghan Blackford, Meredith 

Bartlett, Melsa Clarke. 

Right (Back to Front): Juan 

Hernadez, Cathy Mclntyre, Sandy 

Siegel, Tadd Williams, and Jess 

Barhight fold mailings for the Red 

Cross. 



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ugene where's your spleen?. ..Who wants Fat Cat's. ..Dylan 

you still owe the team $150...Bobo, lay off the 

supplements... Box, no more 

jumping out of moving 

vans.. .Piazza and Shawn's Drexel 

Zulu...Nitch: "I'm a forward but 

my shoulders are screwed up so I 

can't push in the scrum and I 

can't tackle"... Hide the Fork 

starring Mike Brozetti...Rockman 

"The Semitic Smasher". ..Shots 

loves Loops. ..Shawn's 

Sweater. ..Make the Hurt Feel 

Good... Thank god for Chris 

Carr...Dan Dan the Drink Up 

Man, Sings Those Songs Like No 

One Can. ..Get some blood flow 

before you Zulu. ..especially when 

your parents are in the 

crowd. ..Mardi Gras '99, Where's Mike and Carlucci...Good 

driving Dan. ..Jan Dubinsky "a.k.a" the bionic man...Quang 

"the chef". ..Has anyone seen Donny?...The smallest 

team in the union, but still undefeated at home 
for two years. 




Back Row: (Left to Right) Eugene Minn, Dylan O'Conner, Simon 

Baiey, Chris Mansuy, Donnv Ruskewich, Dom Fiorelli, 

Jason Rockman, Quang Vo, Jan Dubinski, Chris Carr. 

Front Row: (Left to Right) Shawn Russell, Will Walsh, Connor 

Burke, Tom Treadway, Dave Appplegate, Zinary Iosovich. 






he Lehigh University Residence Hall Association (RHA) is the chief 
legislative body of students in the residence halls. It provides a govern- 
mental as well as an informal 
forum to foster communication 
between students, staff, faculty, 
and administration. RHA also 
provides a wide range of services, 
including social, recreational, and 
educational programs, to meet the 
needs and interests of residence 
hall students. RHA is also affili- 
ated with numerous national 
organizations, including the 
National Association of College 
and University Residence halls 
(NACURH). Each year, there are 
conferences that bring together 

representatives from 
all participating schools. These 
conferences provide a great forum 

for exchanging ideas, meeting students from all around the United States, 
and for having fun! 



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he men's and women's ski teams 
continued to be a dominant force 
in the U.S. Collegiate Ski 
Association's New Jersey Ski 
Conference. The men's team, led 
by a strong group of seniors were 
joined by a very determined 
freshman and once again earned 
first place honors in the league. 
Steve Schmidt also received an 
individual award for placing 
.1 overall in the league. 
Both teams went on to qualify for 
the Mid-Atlantic Regional Cham- 
pionships, where the men's team 
also proved to be a dominant 
threat, and narrowly missed 
qualifying for the National Cham- 
pionships. Pat Potak, the team's 
dedicated advisor, coach, 
, mom and 
biggest fan continued to be the key 
to the team's success. This year the 
team was successful both on and 
off the ski slopes. The seniors, 
who have led the team for four 
years, will be greatly missed. 
Their tradition, however, will be 
present for years to come. 

Above: 

The men's team dominated the league all 

season led by Rob Wehbe, Geoff Smith, 

and Steve Schmidt. 

Seniors Maureen Johnson and Agnes 

Przeslowska. 

Advisor Pat Potak as gatekeeper. 

Left: (Left to Right) 

1st Roa< - J.R. Petrus, Agnes Przeslowska, 

Michelle Ferreri, Maureen Johnson 

(Captain), Geoff Smith, Rob 

Wehbe' (Captain) 

2nd Row - Michael Link, Mike 

Surowiecki, Pat Potak (Advisor), Nate 

Gardner, Elizabeth Maloney, Stephanie 

Galperin, Katie Smith. 

Not Pictured - Erin Connolly, Steve 

Schmidt, Steve Thompson, Porter Stowell 




Only a few inches 
gives Junior, Tarn 
Santorski, the room 
she needs for her year 
long efforts to pay off. 








ON THE 








EDGE OF VICTORY 



This past year has shown us why Lehigh athletics are on the edge. We 



watched the football team go undefeated, win the Patriot League and 



push there way into the spotlight by making national playoffs. 



Andrew Mittendorf, who has signed with the Colorado Rapids, 



helped bring the men's soccer team to a second place finish in the 



Patriot League Tournament. The athletes' dedication, talent, and work 



ethic helped to raise the standard for teams to come. The Men's 



Swimmingand Diving Program continued to show excellence through- 



out the winter by finally beating Army and pulling the Patriot League 



title into their hands. Lehigh teams have been leaving their mark 



everywhere, and both athletes and fans will remember the great times. 



EDITORS 

Nicholas Cappadona & Jennifer O'Connell 





ABOVE: Senior 

Suzanne Matarazzo 

defends against our 

archnemesis; 

RIGHT: Give me 

an "M", give me an 

"I", give me a "T", 

give me another 

"T". Go Mitt! 



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ABOVE: Sophomore Matt 
Andrews (25) and Junior 
Mike Emory (90) came 
out on top in the 134th 
meeting; BELOW: The 
volleyball team calls upon 
the spirits to help them 
out. 




Volleyball 



With three big "must wins" during the regular season, 

Lehigh defeated Patriot League foes Bucknell, Army 

and Holy Cross in four days. The Mountain Hawks 

advanced to the Patriot League 

Championships but fell to TOp . Freshman setter 

Bucknell 3-1 in the first round. Catherine Poggio, 

_ . . . ,,. „ , reaches down for the dig; 

Senior tn-captain Kim Freed- CENTER: Freshman 

man was named 1998 Patriot middle hitter, Lisa Cuny, 

goes up for the kill; 
League Co-Offensive Player of BO TTOM: Junior defen- 

the Year and broke the school sive specialist, Danielle 

Puceta, sets yet again. 
record for most kills in a single 

season. Along with Freedman, senior setter and tri- 

captain Patty Watson, junior middle hitter Veronica 

Ret and freshman middle hitter Lisa Cuny set personal 

milestones and each was named Patriot Player of the 

Week. 




RIGHT: Senior Co-Captain, Kimberly 
Freedman attacks the ball with 
strength and pounds out another kill; 
BELOW: Freshman, Sarah Ferris, 
keeps her eye on the ball. 





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CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Junior 
middle hitter, Veronica Ret goes up 
for a block; The women come to- 
gether after a well-played set; Fresh- 
man outside hitter, Kimberly Feltner 
is poised for action; Sophomore 
outside hitter, Shannon Doherty, hits 
one down the line. 

Scoreboard 





FAIRFIELD 


L 1-3 


Duquesne Inv. 


2nd pi 


MONTANA 


L 0-3 


Rider 


W3-2 


LEHIGH INV. 


1st pi. 


ST. PETER'S 


L 1-3 


Wildcat Classic 


Tourn. 


St. Francis Inv. 


3rd pi. 


LASALLE 


L 0-3 


Delaware State 


W3-0 


Norfolk State 


W3-2 


Navy* 


L 1-3 


Cornell 


W3-1 


Lafayette* 


W3-0 


Colgate* 


L 0-3 


BUCKNELL* 


W3-1 


ARMY* 


W3-1 


HOLY CROSS* 


W3-0 


ST FRANCIS PA 


W3-0 


DREXEL 


L 1-3 


2nd MOUNTAIN 




HAWK CLASSIC 


1st pi. 


George Mason 


L 0-3 


Patriot Champ. 




vs Bucknell 


L 1-3 


Overall 20-15 


*Patriot League 


4-2 




W O M 



Just like second year head coach Julie Leonhardt pre- 
dicted, her Mountain Hawk team did do better this 
season. The squad improved 
from last season's 2-14 marks to TOP: Senior defender, 

finish at 6-12. With the help of Audrey Aloi, knows how 

r to use her head; 

Natalie Ciampa, Stephanie 

Cesario and Jami Bisetti, Lehigh 

was able to net wins. Ciampa, 

a junior forward, led the team 

in scoring with nine goals and 

four assists for 22 points. She 

was the third leading scorer in the Patriot League and 

was named to the All-Patriot League Second Team. 

Cesario, a junior midfielder/forward, netted 3 goals 

and four assists and was named as a Patriot League 

Player of the Week. 



RIGHT: Freshman forward, Rebecca 
Matter, looks to pass across the field; 
BELOW: Junior midfielder, Caitlin 
Gibbons, leaves her feet for the good 
of the team. 



CENTER: Sophomore 

keeper, Jami Bisset, 

charges the ball with 

determination; 

BOTTOM: Junior 

midfielder, Laura 

Hanrahan, keeps her 

eye on the ball. 









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ABOVE: Senior tri-captain, 


Danielle Collins, advances the 


ball to Lehigh's forwards; 


LEFT: Junior forward, Natalie 


Ciampa, puts the moves on 


an Army defender. 




Scoreboard 


RIDER 


W3-1 


DREXEL 


W5-3 


ST. JOSEPH'S 


L 0-2 


Lafayette* 


L 0-1 


VILLANOVA 


L 1-4 


Bucknell* 


W3-2 


Temple 


L 0-2 


PURDUE 


W4-3 


Holy Cross * 


L 1-2 


Brown 


L 1-4 


lona 


W 1-0 


COLGATE* 


L 2-4 


Princeton 


L 0-6 


ARMY* 


L 0-1 


SUNY S. Brook 


L 0-4 


St. Peter's 


L 0-2 


MARIST 


W4-1 


NAVY* 


L 0-3 


Overall 6-12 


*Patriot Leagi 


je 1-5 


FAR LEFT: Freshman de- 


fender, Jennifer Karpovich, 


keeps the ball awa^ 


t from her 


goal; LEFT: Junior 


forward, 


Stephanie Cesario, 


gets by 


the defense. 





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TOP: Andrew 

Mittendorf steals the 

ball; CENTER: Kevin 

Jackson looks for a 

cross; BOTTOM: 

Spencer Gerberding 

looks up at his options. 



The men's soccer team ended its season with a dis 
appointing loss to archrival Lafayette to place sec- 
ond in the Patriot League tournament. Senior 
Andrew Mittendorf was 
choosen as the Patriot League 
Offensive Player of the Year 
for the second time in a row. 
He has been commended for 
his outstanding talents and is 
currently the most prolific 
scorer in Patriot League his- 
tory. He has 42 goals and 20 assists, and broke the 
Patriot League single game scoring record earlier 
this season when he scored four goals against 
Manhantten. Mittendorf and Co-Captain Kevin 
Jackson were named to the All-Patriot League First 
Team, and both received Regional All- American 
honors. Senior goalie Mike Carberry, senior 
midfielder Gus Zangrilli and junior defensive back 
Scott Regina were named to the All-Patriot League 
Second Team. 



RIGHT: Sophomore Andrew Soisson 
gets a head on the ball; BELOW: Se- 
nior Kevin Jackson shields his defender 

from the ball. 





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COUNTERCLOCKWISE FROM 
ABOVE: Senior Andrew 
Mittendorf charges upfield; Mike 
Carberry punts it away after 
making a save; Sophomore 
Andrew Casey throws a fake on 
his opponent; Freshman Colin 
Marshall boxes out to gain posi- 
tion. 

Scoreboard 




Temple 

ST PETER'S 

Virginia 

Towson Tour. 

Fair. Dickisnson 

PRINCETON 

Manhatten 

HOLY CROSS* 

Colgate* 

DELAWARE 

Army 

Rutgers 

LAFAYETTE* 



W4-3 
W3-0 
L1-2ot 

1 st place 
L 2-3 ot 

W1-0ot 

W5-1 

W4-0 

L1-2 

W2-0 

W2-1 

T1-1 

LO-1 



ONEONTA STATE W 2-0 
BUCKNELL* W 1-0 

Navy* W 2-0 

Patriot League Tourn. 
Colgate W 2-1 

Lafayette L 0-2 

Second Place finish 
Overall 12-4-1 
Patriot League 4-2 




1998 PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 

The 1998 football team went undefeated in regular season 
play for the first time since 1951. They captured the Patriot 
League title and earned many more bragging rights, which 
include Coach of the Year, Player of 
the Year and Defensive Player of the 
Year. These honors went to Head 
Coach Kevin Higgins, Quarterback 
Phil Stambaugh and Defensive Line- 
man Nick Martucci, respectively. 
Martucci is the first Mountain Hawk 
to ever recieve this award. Rich 
Bodnar, Deron Braswell, Sam Brinley 
Saundrell Davison, Ian Eason, Jay 
Heibel, Ron Jean, Steve Ludwig, Nick 
Martucci, Phil Stambaugh and Jaron 
Taaffe were named to the First Team 
Patriot League. Bryant Appling, Brian 
Baker and Antraveous Slaton were 
named to the Second Team. Nick Martucci and Ian Eason 
were named to the ECAC Division I-AA First Team, and 
Sam Brinley and Phil Stambaugh brought home Second 
Team Honors. Senior Deron Brasswell finished his career 
as the Patriot League's all-time reception leader with 217. 



TOP: Senior 
Quad-Captain 
Sam Brinley 
intently watches 
on; CENTER: 
Junior WR Kody 
Fedorcha contem- 
plates his play; 
BOTTOM: Senior 
lineman Steve 
Ludwig looks on 
at the game. 




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COUNTERCLOCKWISE 
FROM THE TOP: Head 
Coach Kevin Higgins, the 
Patriot League Coach of the 
Year; Bryant Appling (35) and 
Brian Wolovich congratulate 
Brendan Moore (30) on a job 
well done; Jon Stiegler (63), 
Rich Bodnar (62) and Phil 
Stambaugh are ready to go; 
Nick Martucci makes one of 
his 67 tackles. 



Scoreboard 





FORDHAM* 


W31 -6 


St. Mary's (CA) 


W22-16 


PRINCETON 


W31-24 


Harvard 


W21-17 


Columbia 


W20-19 


TOWSON* 


W55-7 


Holy Cross* 


W24-14 


WOFFORD 


W26-0 


COLGATE* 


W41-22 


BUCKNELL* 


W49-7 


Lafayette* 


W31 -7 


Playoffs 




Richmond 


W24-23 


Umass 


L21-27 


Overall 12-1 


Patriot Leag 


Lie 6-0 



Undefeated 

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks played to perfection in the 
regular season, giving them a record of 11-0. They cap- 
tured the Patriot League title with their final victory over 
Lafayette, then headed down to Virginia where they de- 
feated Richmond in their first postseason 
game. The boys did not take an easy 
path to victory; in overtime against 
Princeton QB Stambaugh ran for 20 
yards, when none of his receivers 
could get open to score the winning 
touchdown. Lehigh came from be- 
hind to beat Columbia in the fourth 
quarter when Jaron Taaffe kicked a 
47 yard field goal, the longest for 
Lehigh since 1991. In the 134th 
meeting of Lehigh and Lafayette, 
Ron Jean ran for a 92 yard touchdown, and was named 
Player of the Game. The only loss of the season went to 
UMass in a second round playoff game. The Hawks 
battled intensely but could not hold on. Lehigh set a 
Goodman stadium record with 6-0, and set a school record 
with twelve straight wins and another for 13 consecutive 
victories in two years. 

RIGHT: Senior Quad-Captain, Deron Brasswell 

takes the open lane; 

BELOW: Senior DL Nick Martucci was a captain 

and named Def. Player of the Year. Martucci 

recieved various other honors including ECAC 

first team, Division l-AA Athletic Directors 

Academic All Star team, and was the Patriot 

League Scholar Athlete; 



TOP: Sophomore 
Ricky Moore takes 
off downfield; 
CENTER: Ron 
Jean rushed for 
over 1100 yards; 
BOTTOM: Brian 
Baker, "The Touch- 
down Maker", 
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Jaron Taaffe was 50/50 on extra 

point attempts throughout the 

season. 

FAR RIGHT: The team comes 

out pumped and ready to play 

after halftime. 

RIGHT: Senior R.J. Ryan puts a 

little fire into Ian Eason. 



£heerleading 

The Cheerleading team received a new coach this 
year, Michelle Minotti. Her experience from being a 
cheerleader at Penn 



State brought new 

ideas to the team. The 

Cheerleaders help 

support the football 

and basketball teams, 

and also participated in the Youth 

Activity Day by painting faces. 



TOP: Sophomore Shannon 

Parks helps; CENTER: 

Sophomore Andrea 

Vardaro; BOTTOM RIGHT: 

Senior Melissa Nappi. 



ABOVE:The JV cheerleaders 

pose for a picture 

RIGHT: Sharon Mustacchio 

stunts a liberty. 

BELOW: Erin Speck displays 

her enthusiasm. 




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FROM ABOVE; Junior Laurie 
Kuhns looks on at the game; 
The halftime show; The 
Cheerleaders get ready for 
the football team; Melissa 
Nappi, Ryanne Hahn and Erin 
Speck help base for a stunt; 
Freshman Trisha Kurz rallies 
support from the fans. 



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pield Hockey 

The Field Hockey team won seven of its 
eighteen games this year falling up short in 
some very close matches against 
opponents like Holy Cross, 
Drexel, West Chester, and 
longtime rival Lafayette. 
The loss to Holy Cross 
occured in double overtime, 
and disappointed the girls, 
but they have vowed to 
come back with more deter- 
mination next year. Co-Captains and mem- 
bers of the All Patriot League First Team, 
KellyAnn Harkins and Anita Ketty, will be 
missed along with seniors, Trisha Clark, 
Suzanne Matarazzo, and Mary Heitzman. 



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TOP: KellyAnn 

Harkins clears the 

ball; CENTER: Anita 

Ketty takes control; 

BOTTOM: Junior 

Katie Hopping keeps 

possession away 

from Lafayette. 



RIGHT: Senior Co-Captain, KellyAnn 

Harkins gets set to drive; 

BELOW: Freshman Michelle Wilgden 

steps up to the ball. 




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COUNTERCLOCKWISE FROM 
ABOVE: Senior Anita Ketty 
sends a pass through the 
midfield; Katie Hopping and 
Anita Ketty help celebrate a 
goal by Suzanne Matarazzo; 
Junior Steph Henry takes on 
two opponents; Trisha Clarke 
fights for the ball. 



Scoreboard 





LASALLE 

Delaware 

COLUMBIA 

Monmouth 

URSINUS* 

Colgate 

Cornell 

ST. JOSEPH'S 

Siena 

Yale 

Bucknell* 

Rider 

HOLY CROSS* 

DREXEL 

Fairfield* 

West Chester 

LAFAYETTE* 

Villanova 

Overall 7-1 1 
Patriot League 1 -5 



W4-1 

LO-8 

W1-0ot 

W3-2 

W2-1 

L1-3 

LO-2 

W1-0 

W6-0 

LO-2 

L1-4 

W4-1 

L 0-1 2ot 

L0-1ot 

LO-3 

L1-2 

L1-2 

LO-4 



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Pacing the women were senior co-captain Kori Shafer- 
Krzesicki and freshman Stacy Rallo. Both Shafer- 
Krzesicki (19:12:53) and Rallo (18:44:54) clocked their 
best times in the Paul Short 



Run. Although young and 
rebuilding, the women's 



TOP: Sophomore Danielle 

Lavoie pushes ahead of the 

pack; CENTER: Freshman 



team experienced some Meg ™ * cke ! S c ° mes around 
r the last bend with power; 

great success over the year. BOTTOM: Freshman Stacy 
The team took eighth out of Ra "° fights t0 the finish ' 

26 teams at the IC4A/ECAC meet and beat four out of 
six teams at the Bucknell University Invitational, includ- 
ing St. Francis, George Mason, Manhattan, and 
Duquesne. Like the men's team, the women's squad 
improved their regional ranking from 22nd to 13th, the 
women's second highest ranking in school history. 



RIGHT: Freshman Amy Boyle gets 
ready for Lafayette; BELOW: Fresh- 
men Kati Masi and Katie Murphy use 
each other for encouragement during 
the long race that lies ahead. 





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ABOVE: Senior Co-Captain 
Kori Shafer-Krzesicki has 
another strong finish; LEFT: 
The team meets for one last 
time before the race. 




Scoreboard 

Bucknell W 4-2 

LAFAYETTE L 24-31 

PAUL SHORT 29th pi. 

Delaware Inv. 2nd pi. 
IC4A and ECAC 

Champ. 8th pi. 
Patriot League 

Champ. 6th pi. 

District II 13th pi. 

Overall 6-5 
Patriot League 0-3 



FAR LEFT: Three Lehigh 
women leave the team from 
Easton far behind; 
LEFT: Senior Lisa Jones 
picks up speed at the final leg 
of the race and bolts to the 
finish. 



Cross Countr 
MEN'S 



For the second year straight, junior co-captain Steve 

Gourley lead the men's team. The NCAA District II 

Championshops proved to be 

the higlight of Lehigh's year. T0P: Senior Captain Dave 

Welsh crosses the finish 
With the men's 15th place | ine with ease; CENTER: 

Freshman Dan Contreras 
struts his stuff for the cam- 
era and fans; BOTTOM: 
Freshman Todd Etters 
pushes hard to the finish. 



finish out of 25 teams, the 
Mountain Hawks moved 
their regional ranking from 
23rd to 15th. After unsuc- 
cessful attempts over the past three years, the men 
finally overtook long-time rival Lafayette in a meet. 
Lehigh placed seventh out of 29 teams in the IC4A/ 
ECAC meet, while the Leopards finished in tenth 
place. In the Patriot League Championships, Lehigh 
finished in fourth place out of six teams. 



RIGHT: Junior Captain Steve Gourley 
takes his last strides before finishing 
the race; BELOW: Freshmen Matt 
Urbanovich and Todd Etters concen- 
trate on the long race ahead. 





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ABOVE: Junior Nate Harkins 
refuses to give up and storms 
to the finish; LEFT: The men 
start the race in a pack and 
remain together for the first 
few miles. 




Scoreboard 

Bucknell 
LAFAYETTE 
PAUL SHORT 
Delaware Inv. 
IC4A and ECAC 

Champ. 
Patriot League 

Champ. 
District II 

Overall 3-8 
Patriot League 1 -2 



FAR LEFT: The team gets 
fired up in their pre-meet 
huddle; LEFT: Junior Pat 
Hickey focuses on his stride 
and continues to maintain 
his pace. 




ABOVE: Senior 

John Van Doren, 

who placed 5th at 

nationals, gets the 

advantage in one of 

his matches. 

RIGHT: Junior 

Guard, Kelly 

Collins, steps up 

on defense against 

the Bucknell Bison. 



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ABOVE: Senior Chris 
Schier, a four-time All 
Patriot League swimmer, 
takes the lead in one of 
his last races. 
BELOW: Head Coach Sal 
Mentesana talks some 
strategy on the sideline. 




Rasketball 

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The Lehigh women had yet another strong season under 
the guidance of head coach Sue Troyan. Junior guard 
Danielle Baldwin had a phenomal year and was named 
to the All-Patriot League 



second team. Baldwin was 
the high scorer for the 
Mountain Hawks in eight 
games and along with jun- 



TOP: Freshman guard 

Charlotte Muller watches the 

ball; CENTER: Sophomore 

forward Sara Hessel sets up 

on defense; BOTTOM: 



ior gaurd Maureen Trigo Sophomore guard Gina Zang 
° ° anticipates the play, 

provided Lehigh with a 

powerful attack. Sophomore Sara Hessel and junior 

Alexis Bevington were also huge factors at the forward 

position on both offense and defense. Junior center 

Christina Henry also had a great year and along with the 

rest of her classmates, she will look to dominate the 

Patriot League during her senior year. 



RIGHT: Junior guard Danielle 

Baldwin approaches the basket 

on a fast break; BELOW: Junior 

center Alexis Bevington evades 

her defender. 












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ABOVE: Junior forward 
Maureen Trigo passes around 
the double-team; LEFT: Head 
coach Sue Troyan prepares 
her team to win. 

Scoreboard 





PRINCETON 

American 

Manhattan 

RADFORD 

TOWSON 

UPENN 

MARIST 

ST. FRANCIS 

Niagara 

William & Mary 

Yale 

Army* 

SAC. HEART 

Maryland 

COLGATE* 

Bucknell* 

LAFAYETTE* 

NAVY* 

Holy Cross* 

ARMY* 

Columbia 

Colgate* 

BUCKNELL* 

Lafayette* 

Navy* 

HOLY CROSS* 

Lafayette* 

Overall 15-12 
Patriot League* 6-6 



48-40 W 
57-90 L 
70-48 W 
74-61 W 
66-69 L 
71-62 W 
63-53 W 
88-59 W 
58-70 L 
37-59 L 
68-66 W 
63-49 W 
76-73 W 
77-82 L 
63-51 W 
57-69 L 
73-82 L 
69-60 W 
62-82 L 
65-51 W 
64-51 W 
68-57 W 
68-70 L 
79-61 W 
66-76 L 
58-76 L 
55-64 L 



FAR LEFT: Lehigh gets 
psyched for the second half; 
LEFT: Junior guard Kelly Collins 
cheers her teammates on. 



Basketball 

tJ MEN'S 

The Men's Basketball team has definitely travelled down 
the road not usually taken. Last year, the Lehigh basket- 
ball team had the largest turnaround in winning percent- 
age in the NCAA. This year, one of Lehigh's 
best players was sidelined with 
an injury for most of the sea- 
son. Senior Brett Eppeheimer 
had outstanding performances 
throughout his undergraduate 
years and is sixth on the all- 
time scoring list. Although Brett 
was missed, other players 
stepped up to the challenge. 
Senior Dan Handerhan scored 
32 points against Drew University, and Junior 
co-captain Jared Hess was the high scorer five games in a 
row. Hess along with Junior Steve Aylsworth helped to 
keep the team focused and determined. This was shown 
in the Patriot League tournament when Lehigh was 
victorious over Navy in the first round game. Lehigh will 
look to continue their improvement next year. 



TOP: Jared Hess looks 
to pass around his 
defender; CENTER: 
Freshman Bobby Mbom 
is a solid addition to the 
team; BOTTOM: Fresh- 
man Scott Taylor 
shields the ball from his 
opponent. 






RIGHT:Junior Co-Captain Jared Hess 

has his eyes set on his next victim; 

BELOW: Senior Dan Handerhan shoots 

one from the line. 









TOP: Senior Brett 


Eppeheimer 


prepares for a shot; LEFT: Sopho- 


more Sah-U-Ra Brown tries to 


focus his atteniton 


on the foul 


shot. 




Scoreboard 


VERMONT 


73-60 W 


ST. FRANCIS 


74-88 L 


Yale 


79-66 W 


Penn State 


48-74 L 


Harvard 


89-87 W 


Penn 


56-73 L 


DREW 


91-67 W 


HOBART 


82-44 W 


WAGNER 


45-73 L 


Rutgers 


55-80 L 


CORNELL 


45-53 L 


COLUMBIA 


49-69 L 


Army* 


60-78 L 


MANHATTAN 


60-67 L 


COLGATE* 


59-68 L 


Bucknell* 


68-85 L 


LAFAYATTE* 


70-73 L 


NAVY* 


45-75 L 


Holy Cross* 


67-77 L 


ARMY* 


69-77 L 


DELAWARE ST 


86-95 L 


Colgate* 


69-84 L 


BUCKNELL* 


62-75 L 


Lafayatte* 


49-85 L 


Navy* 


50-83 L 


HOLY CROSS* 


62-66 L 


NAVY* 


53-45 W 


BUCKNELL* 


50-58 L 


Overall 6-22 


*Patriot Leagi 


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FAR LEFT: Sophomore Ed 
Lacayo makes a run for the 
basket; LEFT: Junior Steve 
Aylsworth looks down the court 
to start a play. 



I ndoor Track 



Both the men and women experienced succesful indoor 
seasons. On the men's side, juniors Brian Schellati and 
Chris Bryce led the Mountainhawks in the Patriot League 
Championships. Along 



with fellow classmates Nii 
Darko, Mike Graziano, and 
Chris Nitchie, these five 
juniors were named to the 



TOP: Freshman Michele 

Calabro is focused before 

her first attempt in the shot 

put; CENTER: Junior Ronald 

Jean explodes off the line; 



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All-Patriot League Team BOTTOM: Junior Chris Bryce 
° is prepared for lift-off. 

and had the honor to repre- 
sent Lehigh at the IC4A Indoor Track championships in 
Boston. Senior Amanda Sage and junior Tara Santoroski 
led the women into battle. Both were named to the All- 
Patriot LeagueTeam and competed in the ECAC cham- 
pionships in the beginning of May. With a strong core 
returning for next year, head coach Matt Utesch is look- 
ing forward to next year's indoor season. 

RIGHT: Sophomore Stacey Wright 

extends to her limit to get a few extra 

centimeters; BELOW: Freshmen 

Stacy Rallo and Amy Boyle run step 

for step in the 3,000m. 




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ABOVE: Junior Pat Hickey 
makes his way around the 
bend in the 5000m; LEFT: 
Junior Scott Stover leads the 
way during the home stretch. 

Scoreboard 



MILLERSVILLE 
Delaware Invit. 

Men 

Women 
JOHN COVERT 

Men 

Women 
LAFAYETTE 

Men 

Women 
Colgate Invit. 

Men 

Women 
Patriot League 

Champ. 

Men 

Women 
ECAC Champ. 

Women 
IC4A Champ. 

Men 



No score 

2nd of 5 
2nd of 6 

2nd of 9 
1st of 9 

81-100 L 
85-96 L 

2nd of 8 
2nd of 8 



4th of 6th 
4th of 6th 

no place 

43rd 



FAR LEFT: Two lehigh runners 
clear the hurdles with ease; 
LEFT: Freshman Erica Fregosi 
gets over the bar with perfect 
form. 



Swimming 
WOMEN' S^^ 

The Women's swimming and diving program fell short of 
repeating their Patriot League title by falling to Navy and 
taking second place in the Patriot League overall. Out- 
standing performances were shown by 
All Patriot League team swimmers, 
by Freshmen Lauren Ayres and 
Jamie Grivalsky Lauren accumu- 
lated 48 points at the Patriot League 
meet, and set a Lehigh record when 
she placed second in the 500 yard 
freestyle with a time of 5:01:63 min- 
utes. She also set a pool record at 
Drexel in the 1650m freestyle with a 
time of 17:47:14 minutes. Jamie 
placed first in the 100m butterfly to 
land her a spot on the All League team. Seniors 
Tanya Barone, Tri-Captain Taryn Filo, Amanda Fraser, 
Tri-Captain Heather Hansz, Allison Jurey, Beth Matonak, 
Katie Norton, and Michelle Pealer will be missed next 
year, as the rest of the team tries to win back their title. 



TOP: Sopho- 
more Nicole 
Shock shows 
her flexibility off 
the board; 
CENTER and 
BOTTOM: A 
sequence of 
senior Taryn Filo 
at her best. 



RIGHTJunior Jess Weathers tries to keep 

the lead in the backstroke; 

BELOW: Senior Tanya Barone propels 

through the waters at Jacob's Pool. 




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TOP: A very close knit swim 
team helps pump up senior 
Beth Matonak before she gets 
on the block; LEFT: Sopho- 
more Vanessa Buschmann has 
kept her competition on their 
toes as she continues to swim 
strongly through her second 
season. 

Scoreboard 



DREXEL 

FORDHAM 

Colgate* 

Lafayette* 

Davidson 

Delaware 

Wm & Mary 

Navy* 

Army* 

YALE 

Bucknell* 



1 28-1 06 W 
149-88W 
155-66W 
191-52W 
213-140W 
247.5-1 05.5W 
205.5-1 46.5W 
118-180L 
1 42.5-1 00.5W 
100-1 41 L 
150-144W 



Patriot League Meet 

2nd of 6 teams 

ECAC 

13th of 27 

Overall 9-2 
*Patriot League 4-1 

FAR LEFT: Sophomore Jenny 
Keenan, a very versatile swim- 
mer, remains focused through- 
out her event; LEFT: Senior 
Heather Hansz breaststrokes to 
the finishline. 



Swimming 

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The Men's Swimming and Diving Program continued 
the winning spirit and brought the Patriot 
League title home, by defeating 
Army in the Patriot League Meet. 
Sophomore Kevin Allen won both 
the one and three meter dive com- 
petitions. The freshmen weren't 
shy in this meet either, Jason Boire 
won the 200m and 400m IM, while 
Rick Golebiewski placed first in 
the 1650m freestyle. Andrew Hol- 
land, a sophomore took home first 
place in the 200m breast stroke and 
junior Adam Ritchie won the 200m backstroke. Chris 
Schier splashed up a storm for his fourth year in a row 
winning the 500m freestyle and 200m butterfly. These 
six swimmers plus sophomores Michael Pealer and 
Matt Barausky along with senior Jason Fox were named 
to the All Patriot League team. The boys worked hard 
for their payoffs and will reign as Champions. 



TOP: Sophomore 

Steve Toroscy 

prepares to hit the 

water; CENTER: 

Sophomore Bryan 

Dunker gets a little 

wet; BOTTOM: 

Kevin Allen 

manuevers himself 

into a tight spiral. 




RIGHT: Junior Adam Ritchie backstrokes 

down the lane to the finish; BELOW: 

Sophomore Andy Holland comes up for air 

during the 200m breaststroke. 






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TOP: Jason Fox is cheered on 
by his teammates at Senior 
Recognition Day; LEFT: Fresh- 
man Jason Boire jets down the 
lane in his individual medley. 



Scoreboard 



DREXEL 

FORDHAM 

Colgate* 

Lafayette* 

Davidson 

Delaware 

Wm & Mary 

Army* 

YALE 

Bucknell* 



124.5-1 10.5W 

1 46-91 W 

158-73W 

167-76W 

195-153.5W 

228-1 25 W 

124-227L 

100-143L 

98-1 43L 

148-146W 



Patriot League Meet 

1 st of 6 teams 

ECAC 

14th of 29 

Overall 7-3 
*Patriot League 4-0 

LEFT: The men's swim team 
declares themselves number 
one, as they celebrate in the 
pool after winning the Patriot 
League Championship. 



Wrestling 



For the first time in 15 years, the Lehigh grapplers 
produced three All- Americans. Senior tri-captains John 
Van Doren (184) and Chris Ayres (157) finished fifth and 
sixth respectively in the NCAA tournament, which was 
held at Penn State. Sopho- 



more tri-captain Ryan 
Bernholz (149) also placed 
sixth at Penn State. The 
season was a huge success 
for Coach Greg Strobel's 
team and even with the 



TOP: Freshman Bruce Kelly 

(125) looks for an opening to 

shoot; CENTER: Sophomore 

Nick Angen (133) earns two 

points for the takedown; 

BOTTOM: Freshmen transfer 

Rob Rohn (197) is up on his 

feet after an escape. 



graduation of two All- 

Americans, Lehigh will continue it's success next year 
with the help of the younger wrestlers. Freshmen Bruce 
Kelly (125) and Shawn Laughlin (hwt.) had sensational 
seasons along with Juniors Travis Doto (165) and Mark 
Dufresne (174). Lehigh finished 4th in the EIWA with 7 
out of 10 wrestlers placing in the top 10. 



RIGHT: All-American and senior tri- 
captain John Van Doren finished fifth 
at 184 in the NCAA tournament; 
BELOW: Freshmen heavyweight 
Shawn Laughlin is poised for the 

takedown. 





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ABOVE: Sophomore tri- 
captain Ryan Bernholz fin- 
ished sixth at the NCAA 
tournament and was named 
an All-American in the 149 
weight class; LEFT: Senior tri- 
captain Chris Ayres placed 
sixth at 157 in the tourney and 
was also recognized as an 
All-American. 

Scoreboard 



BUCKNELL 
Mat Town Tnmt, 
SHERIDAN TNMT. 
Midlands Tnmt. 
#10 Penn State 
#28 Boise State 
#24 N. Iowa 
N.C. STATE 
#9 Michigan 
NAVY* 
BROWN* 
#27 HARVARD* 
Hoftsra 
#17 RIDER 
Congressional Cup 
#15UPENN* 
ARMY* 
#22 Pitt 
EIWA Tnmt. 
NCAA Tnmt. 

Overall Duals 
*EIWA 4-1 



37-7 W 
4th place 
2nd place 
17th place 
17-27 L 
15-21 L 
13-24L 
33-10 W 
18-24L 
33-3 W 
36-6 W 
23-14 W 
32-1 1 W 
33-1 1 W 
2nd place 
18-21 L 
43-3 W 
23-13 L 
4th place 
@PSU 

9-5 



FAR LEFT: Junior Travis Doto 
(165) has a good hold on the 
competition; LEFT: Junior 
Mark Dufresne (174) stares 
down his opponent. 



Spring, 




ABOVE: The men's 
lacrosse team cel- 
ebrates another 
victory on their road 
to the Patriot 
League Champion- 
ships. 
RIGHT: Sopho- 
more Bonnie 
Hoffman returns 
next year as one of 
the softball team's 
top players. 



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ABOVE: The baseball 
team watches another 
inning come to an end. 
BELOW: Senior Molly 
Burckhardt won the Fe- 
male Athlete of the year 
award for her leadership, 
athleticism, and academic 
excellence. 



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The men's lacrosse team continued their Patriot League 
winning streak in the 1999 season. The men won seven 
of their thirteen games and four of their five Patriot 
League games, earning them a first place finish 
in the League. Coach John 
McClosky was honored as the 
Coach of the Year. Lehigh be- 
came nationally ranked in de- 
fense, scoring margin, and win- 
ning percentage. Junior goal- 
keeper Todd Schreiner was hon- 
ored as the Patriot League Defen- 
sive Player of the Year. He is 

ranked first in the Patriot League and seventh in NCAA 
Division I with a .635 save percentage. Schreiner had 25 
saves in Lehigh's 13-9 win over two-time defending 
league champion and nationally ranked Army. Senior 
John Fowler and freshman Tim Gosser were also se- 
lected to the Patriot League First Team. This was 
Fowler's second consecutive year on the all league team. 
Senior Brian Kelly and Junior Ethan Marsh were mem- 
bers of the All-League Second Team. 



TOP: Junior Scott 
Reynolds keeps 
Bucknell away from his 
goal; CENTER: Fresh- 
man Mike Rabinovitz ; 
BOTTOM: Freshman 
Gabriel Osorio sets 
up the attack. 




RIGHT:Junior Damian Cuzmanes 

waits for a pass; BELOW: Junior long 

stick, Ethan Marsh, is ready to steal 

the ball from the Bison. 





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Counterclockwise from above: 
Senior tri-captain defender 
Brian Kelly helps pysche up the 
team; Senior tri-captain John 
Fowler looks downfield at his 
options; Junior Casey O'Neill 
takes the faceoff against the 
Bucknell Bison; Junior Todd 
Schreiner will return as the top 
goalkeeper in the Patriot 
League. 

Scoreboard 



AIR FORCE 

RADFORD 

Butler 

Penn State 

BUCKNELL* 

Holy Cross* 

Mount St. Mary's 

Army* 

atVMI 

LAFAYETTE* 

COLGATE* 

Villanova 

UMBC 



10-11 L 
5-10 L 
10-16 L 
10-16 W 
8-3 W 
11-7W 
12-4W 
13-9W 
22-3 W 
14-9W 
10-12 L 
7-9 L 
5-11 L 



Overall 7-6 
Patriot League 4-1 
Patriot League 
Champions 



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WOMEN 



TOP: Whitney Drew 

blasts downfield; 

CENTER: Sam Vose 

works to get around 

her opponent; 

BOTTOM: Nicole 

Fiummefreddo. 



The women's lacrosse team finished their season 
winning seven of their sixteen games. The team was 
led by lone senior Molly Burckhardt and juniors 
Patrice McNichol, Christina 
Eberhart, and Tori Griffing. 
Seven new faces were added 
to the team this year and 
seven sophomores stepped up 
to the positions of their prede- 
cessors. Molly Burckhardt was 
named to the All-Patriot 
League team. Sophomores 
Emily Stearns and Dorothy 
Super were named to the All- 
Patriot Second Team. The highlight of 
the women's season came in a 17-16 victory over 
Lafayette College. This was the first time in five years 
Lehigh was able to shoot down the Leopards. 
Burckhardt said it was something she wanted to 
happen during her senior year. The thrilling victory 
came on April 20th at Lafayette. With 17 of 18 players 
returning next year, the team hopes to come alive and 
build on its strong foundation. 




RIGHT: Junior Patrice McNichol out 

hussies her opponent to a ground ball; 

BELOW: Junior Christina Eberhart uses 

her stickwork to beat a defender. 




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Counterclockwise from above: 
Sophomore Emily Stearns is a 
threat; Senior Molly Burckhardt 
burns her defender; Freshmen 
Vicky Fishback and Mary Kurry 
display their friendship and 
enthusiasm; Coach Jackie 
Keeley talks to the team. 



Scoreboard 



Georgetown 
LASALLE 
BOSTON U 
ST JOSEPH'S 



3-19 L 
18-6 W 
9-17 L 
16-5 W 



WESTCHESTER 12-11 W 




COLGATE 

Villanova* 

Monmouth 

Johns Hopkins 

COLUMBIA 

BUCKNELL* 

Penn State 

FAIRFIELD 

Holy Cross* 

Lafayette* 

Drexel 



7-15 L 

12-5 W 

9-15 L 

8-16 L 

7-10 L 

8-9 L 

6-23 L 

12-5 W 

16-22 L 

17-16 W 

16-9 W 



Overall 7-9 
'Patriot League 2-3 



BASEBALL 



The men's baseball team closed the season with a 
14-28 record. They won 8 of their 20 Patriot League 
games, but did not qualify for 
the Patriot League tourna- 
ment. Four seniors were 
named to the All-Patriot 
League Second Team: 
Eric Clement, Micah Damato, 
Dan Spisak and Keith 
Treonze. Treonze is the career 
batting average leader at .373. 
He also holds the season 
record for total number of at bats. 
The team will return 14 freshmen, 4 sophomores 
and 8 juniors. Charlie Meyer and the four previ- 
ously mentioned seniors will be lost to graduation. 
The team knows these five players take with them a 
lot of talent, but hope the younger players will be 
able to step up. 



TOP: Freshman Jeff 
Pietrak brings his bat 
around to meet the 
ball; CENTER: Senior 
Eric Clement makes 
his way to third base; 
BOTTOM: Sopho- 
more catcher Brad 
Schulman fields an 
errant pitch. 



RIGHT: Coach Leary visits his pitcher 

Phil Stambaugh and his catcher Brad 

Schulman in the middle of the inning; 

BELOW: Eric Clement watches yet 

another ball and prepares to be walked. 








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Counterclockwise from Above: 
Junior Phil Stambaugh hurls the 
ball to home plate; Senior co- 
captain Dan Spisak awaits the 
pitch; The team congratulates 
Micah Damato after a home run 
against Bucknell; Micah Damato 
prepares to tag the runner out. 

Scoreboard 




Georgetown 


W6-3 


Georgetown 


W11-10 


Florida Tech 


L4-13 


Thomas More 


W6-5 


Long Island 


L9-12 


Bethune Cookman 


LO-6 


N. Iowa 


L8-13 


SUNY Cortland 


L6-8 


ST. JOSEPH'S 


L2-4 


Manhattan 


L3-18 


Manhattan 


L4-5 


WAGNER 


L3-10 


Pennsylvania 


L6-10 


BUCKNELL* 


L8-9(13) 


BUCKNELL* 


L2-5 


BUCKNELL* 


W3-1 


BUCKNELL* 


L3-10 


DELAWARE ST. 


W7-1 


LaSalle 


W9-6 


Holy Cross* 


L1-4 


Holy Cross* 


W3-2 


Holy Cross* 


W2-1 


Holy Cross* 


L11-12 


St. Joseph's 


L5-9 


LONG ISLAND 


L1-6 


NAVY* 


W4-3 


NAVY* 


L3-10 


NAVY* 


L1-5 


NAVY* 


L1-7 


Temple 


L4-19 


MAR 1ST 


L11-14 


Lafayette* 


W10-1 


Lafayette* 


L1-8 


Lafayette* 


W5-3 


Lafayette* 


W14-7 


ARMY* 


L2-4 


ARMY* 


LO-3 


ARMY* 


L1-8 


ARMY* 


W3-1 


LaSalle 


W14-3 



SOFTBALL 

The women's softball team finished their season with 

a 12-8 Patriot League record and a 21-30 overall record. 

In the double elimination Patriot League tournament 

Lehigh beat Holy Cross 2-0 in the 

first round. They were eliminated TOP: Bonnie Hoffman 

after losing to Colgate 1-4 and 

then to Holy Cross 2-5. The team 

had hoped to do better but will 

use the experience gained this 

year to help next season. The 

two seniors, Joelle Dawson and 

Shannon Bracken, will be lost to 

graduation, but six Patriot 

League team members will be returning. Juniors 

Cindy Selverian, Stephanie Rapel and Tara Stine, and 

sophomore Bonnie Hoffman made the All Patriot 

League First team, while freshman Stephanie Howell 

made the second team. Howell was nominated to the 

second team for two positions, pitcher and designated 

player, which is a rare occurrence. 



had 23 RBI's and 

batted .278 for the 

season; CENTER: Molly 

Clarke contemplates 

her opponents strategy; 

BOTTOM: Junior 

Jessica Roche turns 

the double play 

to first base. 



RIGHT: Co-Captain Cindy Selverian 
will return next year as a strong mem- 
ber in the team's foundation; BELOW: 

Junior Stephanie Rapel is ready and 
waiting at first base. 




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Counterclockwise from above: 
Freshman Stephanie Howell 
winds up another pitch; An- 
other strikeout gives this all- 
league pitcher 35K and a 2.65 
era; The team Congrats Bonnie 
Hoffman on a home run; Coach 
Fran Troyan gives his pre-game 
plan. 

Scoreboard 




St. Joseph's 
DELAWARE 
VILLANOVA 
VILLANOVA 
RIDER 
RIDER 
Colgate* 
Colgate* 
DELAWARE 
DELAWARE 
ARMY* 
ARMY* 
ARMY- 
ARMY* 
Wagner 
Wagner 
Penn 
Penn 

HOLY CROSS* 
HOLY CROSS* 
HOLY CROSS* 
HOLY CROSS* 
MONMOUTH 
MONMOUTH 
LaSalle 
LaSalle 
Bucknell* 
Bucknell* 
Bucknell* 
Bucknell* 
Colgate* 
Colgate* 
LAFAYETTE* 
LAFAYETTE- 
LAFAYETTE* 
DREXEL 
DREXEL 
HOLY CROSS- 
COLGATE* 
HOLY CROSS* 



L1-10 
LO-3 
L2-10 
L6-14 
W5-4 
L1-2 
L1-3 
W3-1 
L1-10 
L1-4 
W2-1 
W4-3 
W6-3 
L1-4 
W14-7 
W6-1 
W6-0 
L2-4 
LO-1 
W11-0 
W2-1 
W7-1 
L1-10 
L2-4 
L2-5 
L3-4 
W10-5 
L1-5 
W6-3 
L10-11 
LO-9 
W9-2 
L2-6 
W1-0 
W10-6 
LO-1 
L2-7 
W2-0 
L1-4 
L2-5 



TRACK &FIEL 

MEN'S 



The Lehigh Games handed the men's track team their 
only first place finish all season. Lehigh competed 
against Ithaca, Kings Point, 
Cortland, Temple, and 
Lafayette. Freshman Rob Black 
ran the 5,000m for the first time 
and won the event. Junior 
Steve Gourley and sophomore 
Steve Richardson ran well and 
finished within one second of 
each other in the 1500m. Jun- 
ior Nii Darko, senior Chris 
Nitchie, senior Trevor Earle, 

and junior Mike Graziano grabbed first place in the 4 x 
400m relay, and the 4 x 800m relay finished in second 
place. The men finished their season at fourth place in 
the Patriot league. Chris Nitchie and Senior Charles 
Tier were named to the All Patriot League team. 



TOP to BOTTOM: A 
sequence of two Lehigh 
track stars competing in 
the Steeplechase event. 
The Steeplechase is a 
distance event with 
hurdles and other ob- 
stacles on the course 
such as water and sand 
traps! 



RIGHT: He's definitely got an interest- 
ing technique; BELOW: This vaulter 
has just flung himself over the bar and 
awaits the mat. 







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ABOVE : Senior Adam Karpf 
finished his last season as an 
engineer. LEFT: Sopho- 
more Justin Taylor leads this 
pack of distance runners. 



Scoreboard 

Pan American Spring 
Fever Open NTS 

Quaker Invitational at 
Pennsylvania NTS 

Rutgers Invitational NTS 
Lafayatte Dual 

L82.5-120.5 
LEHIGH GAMES 

1 st of 8 teams 
Rider Quad 

4th of 6 teams 
Penn Relays NTS 

Millersville Invitational 

1 0th of 1 9 teams 
Patriot League 
Championships at Army 

4th of 6 teams 
St John's NTS 

Fourth Place Patriot 
League Finish 

FAR LEFT: This guy can't 
wait to crash on the mat and 
enjoy the sun; LEFT: This 
sprinter fights to the finish to 
stay two steps in front of his 
competition. 



TRACK &FIELS 

WOMEN'S 



Junior Tara Santorski led the women's track team 
throughout the year and was named the women's 
Outstanding Meet Performer at the Patriot League 
Championships hosted by 
Army. Tara placed first in the 
pole vault and 100m hurdles. 
She was a member of the 4 x 
100m relay team, which fin- 
ished in second place. She was 
joined on the relay team by 
senior Karen Doris, and jun- 
iors Allison Merkle and Allison 
Sheniak. Merkle also had an 
outstanding performance at 

the meet. She placed first in the high jump and came 
in second behind her teammate in the 100m hurdles. 
Senior Amanda Sage placed first in the discus and 
second in the Shot Put, while freshman Suzanne 
Klingensmith placed second in javelin to land her a 
spot on the All- League team during her first collegiate 
season. 



TOP: This sprinter tries 
to gain another step on 
her Lafayette opponent; 
CENTER: This dis- 
tance runner tells the 
Lafayette slowpoke in 
front of her to get out of 
her way; BOTTOM: 
Determination is key in 
winning any event. 



RIGHT: Senior Cecelia Hall long 
jumps her way into the sand; BELOW: 
Another jumper clears the bar with 
ease. 





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ABOVE: Smiles are all you'll 
get from this runner as she 
watches her teammate in a 
race; LEFT: Sophomore 
Colleen Glass ran strong in 
her events all season long. 

Scoreboard 

Pan American Spring 
Fever Open NTS 

Quaker Invitational at 
Pennsylvania NTS 

Rutgers Invitational NTS 
Lafayette Dual 

L88.5-102.5 
LEHIGH GAMES 

1 st of 8 teams 
Rider Quad 

1st of 6 teams 
Penn Relays NTS 

Millersville Invitational 

5th of 1 5 teams 
Patriot League 
Championships at Army 

3rd of 6 teams 
St John's NTS 

Third Place Patriot 
League Finish 

FAR LEFT: This high jumper 
is definitely getting a different 
view of things; LEFT: All this 
hurdler can think about are 
the stories her parents used 
to tell her about sheep jump- 
ing over fences at night. 



TENNIS 

MEN'S 



The men's tennis team finished their season with 
twelve victories, despite only winning two Patriot 
League matches. Senior Co-Captains Paul El-Deiry 
and Cameron Taylor were 
both hoping to finish third in 
league. Their fifth place finish 
was a little disappointing. 
They were not able to be as 
victorious on the road as they 
were hoping. The highlight 
of the men's season came 
during their clean sweep 
over Holy Cross. Taylor 
won first singles 6-0,6-0. 
Junior Jeff Sternberg won 

second singles 6-0,6-1, and sophomore Matt Dankner 
won third singles 6-1,6-0. The doubles teams did 
equally well. First doubles, Dankner and Taylor, 
second doubles, sophomore Kenny Leung and junior 
Josh Kritzler, and third doubles, El-Deiry and sopho- 
more Gary Drozdowski, all brought home victories. 



RIGHT:Sophomore Matt 

Dankner serves another ace; 

BELOW:Junior Jeff Sternberg 

waits in the backcourt. 



TOP: Jeff Sternberg 

stays up at the net 

while his partner 

serves in a doubles 

match; CENTER: 

Josh Kritzler sprints 

over to return the 

serve; BOTTOM: 

Matt Dankner follows 

his shot across the 





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Junior Josh Kritzler sends one 
back over the net; Senior 
Cameron Taylor is on his way to 
defeating another opponent; 
Taylor and Dankner partner up 
for yet another victory; Jeff 
Sternberg gets ready to back- 
hand the serve. 

Scoreboard 



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W5-2 


TOWSON 


W5-2 


DREXEL 


W7-0 


RUTGERS 


L 0-7 


Jacksonville 


L 0-9 


Bethune-Cookman 


L 2-5 


Embry-Riddle 


W5-4 


ST JOSEPH'S 


W7-0 


Villanova 


W4-1 


Rider 


W7-0 


LASALLE 


W7-0 


WESTCHESTER 


W7-0 


TEMPLE 


W4-3 


HOLY CROSS* 


W7-0 


ARMY* 


L 1-6 


NAVY* 


L 0-7 


Colgate* 


L 1-6 


Bucknell* 


L 0-4 


LAFAYETTE* 


W6-1 


Overall 12-7 




*Patriot League 


2-4 



TENNIS 

WOMEN'S 



TOP: This player 
shows off her back- 
hand; CENTER: 
Senior Alison Tweedie 
at work; BOTTOM: 
Sophomore Lauren 
DeCarlo smacks the 
heck out of the ball 
and herself . 



The tennis team did well this year, finishing in sec- 
ond place in the Patriot League. They won four out 
of their five Patriot league 
matches, losing only to 
Army, who eventually won 
the league. Co-captains 
Alison Tweedie and Rachel 
Mason led the team. Mason 
will return next year, but 
Tweedie and fellow seniors 
Katrina Schmakel and 
Martina Reale will be 
missed. Freshman Erica 

Feinman and junior Kim Luff both had great sea- 
sons. Kim transferred to Lehigh this year and 
grabbed the first singles spot. She landed herself on 
the All-Patriot League team along with third singles 
sophomore Lauren DeCarlo. The girls had a great 
season and are looking to beat Army as well as win 
the championship next year. 



RIGHT: Junior Kim Luff gets set for the 

next serve; BELOW: Senior Alison 

Tweedie is ready and waiting. 





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Counterclockwise from above: 
Sophomore Lauren DeCarlo 
returns to the team as one of 
their top players; Junior Rachel 
Mason plays in a doubles 
match; Erica Feinman and Kim 
Luff discuss their strategies; 
Erica Feinman anticipates her 
opponent's move. 



Scoreboard 

BUCKNELL* W 5-4 

FORDHAM L 4-5 

RIDER W7-0 

TEMPLE L 2-7 

Lafayette* W 7-2 

BLOOMSBURG L4-5 

Army* L 2-7 

COLGATE* W 6-3 

Holy Cross* W 9-0 

Patriot League 
Championships at Navy 
Colgate W 5-1 

Army L 0-5 

Second Place finish 
Overall 7-9 

*Patriot League 2-3 



GOLF 
MEN'S 



TOP: Tim Johnson 

looks at his ball off in 

the distance; 

CENTER: Sophomore 

Ben Liaw swings into 

the sun; 

BOTTOM: This putter 

needs to knock his ball 

out of the woods. 



Three of the twelve Lehigh golfers were named to 

the All-Patriot League team. Senior Tim Johnson, 

Freshmen Bowen Osborn and 

Brad Ispass, all placed in 

the top ten in order to make 

the League team. Lehigh's 

best showing of the 

season came in their own 

invitational. The team placed 

first in front of their three 

other opponents, Muhlenberg, Moravian, and, most 

importantly, Lafayette. Golf is different than 

any other sport because they play competitively 

in both the fall and spring. The highlight of the 

fall came when the Lehigh team placed 

second at the Patriot League Championships. 



RIGHT: Oh so close, another stroke 

is all this ball needs; BELOW: An 

essential, the golf bag. 





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ABOVE:This golfer looks 
down the green at his perfor- 
mance; LEFT: A gentle tap 
was all this ball needed to end 
the hole. 



Scoreboard 



Cornell-Colgate Inv. 4th 

Georgetown Inv. 8th 

Patriot League Meet 2nd 

STABLER INV. 6th 

LEHIGH QUAD 2nd 

Towson 5th 

Delaware Inv. 7th 

Loyola Inv. 22nd 

Navy Inv. 18th 

Rutgers Inv. 10th 

LEHIGH VALLEY 1st 
INVITATIONAL 

Princeton Inv. 10th 

Scotty Duncan Inv. 6th 

Second Place 

Patriot League 

Finish 

FAR LEFT: The Lehigh golf 
team takes time from their 
competition to pose for us at 
the Saucon Valley Country 
Club; LEFT: This golfer is 
disgruntled, he just hit 
another bird. 




ABOVE: Junior 
Ron Jean (2) and 
senior Joe Falzone 
(10) listen intently to 
Coach Limbo's 
winning advice. 
RIGHT: Heavy- 
weight Shaun 
Laughlin gets set 
for his next victory. 



Athletics 




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ABOVE: This Lehigh 
Player is not going to let 
anything get in the way of 
the ball. 

BELOW: Senior Cecelia 
Hall slams into the sand. 




Looking out onto 

the edge of South 

Bethlehem, one can 

reflect on the many 

happy moments 

that have occured 

while living on 

South Mountain. 




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EDGE OF FRIENDSHIP 



Wlien most people reflect on their college experiences and 
think about their favorite part, usually their friends come to 
mind. It often is said that people make some of the best friends 
of their lives during their years in college. At Lehigh, that 
certainly is true. Wliether you live in an off-campus apart- 
ment, in an on-campus dormitory, or in a fraternity or 
sorority, the friends you makeover the years will be people that 
change your life forever. Friendship is the strongest bond 
created among people in college, and when we look back on our 
years at Lehigh, the friends we made will be pleasant remind- 
ers of our wonderful experiences here. 



EDITORS 
Allison Mack & Katherine McCaffrey 





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brothers from 

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break from 

what seems to 

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grueling duties 

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At any one of the very exciting football games this past season you could find friends 
catching up and cheering on the team. Here. Christina Roedema and Shah Abrams take 
a moment to pose from the camera. A taie sacrifice to tear their attention away from the 
game for even a few second 



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Studying is always hard, it only 
gets more difficult when there is 
music playing in your ear and 
people running up and down the 
halls of the dorm. This 
undergrad seems to be fighting 
off the most popular studying 
enemy, the bed. Many a student 
have fallen asleep while reading 
on their bed. If this student is 
smart, he will sell his secret and 
turn a profit as well as a good 



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A tropical local, a perfect place for a relaxing vacation. Some house-mates travel to the 
Florida keys for a week full of fun. sun and whatever else happened to cross their path. 




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There are many things that 
happen at Lehigh every year. 
The initiation of the new 
pledge classes however, is 
usually an event that can be 
heard no matter how far 
away you may be from the 
festivities. As far as public 
disturbances go. it is these 
celebrations that make the 
students at Lehigh, and the 
new brothers of Crow, the 
most proud. 



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In a house just off campus, fondly nicknamed The Annex." you can see the benefits of not 
having someone looking over your shoulder all the time. After all people have gotten written up 
for having fewer people in their dorm room but that doesn't seem to slow this party down. 



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_y the time spring break rolls around, people are so sick of winter weather at Lehigh 
that they pack up and travel tar far away. These Phi Kap brothers find an aquarium and 
apparently a sunny beach. 




wires wires even, -where, and still no fires. As this student shows, 
it can be a real fire hazard trying to squeeze everything you need 
for an entire year into one of those little cubicles the university likes 
to call a dorm room. When walking into M&M you think you are 
ahead of the game but then you realize there is only so much 
space for your computer, stereo and other electrical appliances. 
By then end of the year your room looks like this, something 
straight out of a fire safety special. 




The Good Old Times! ! ! 

At Lehigh: Jesus, Daniel, 
Francisco, Ulises, Sandra, 
Enairo, & Juris. 

Thanksgiving '98: Ulises, 
Francisco, Mike, Bren, 
Enairo. 

In Prague: Fran & Enairo. 

Jim Thorpe: Tom & Fran. 

Grad. '97: Mariel & Enairo. 



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I want him rolled in butter You're 
at the top of the food chain and 
we're still feeding Happiness is 
being in bed with anything warm 
and being cuddled What did vou 
do to your hair I'm so excited to 
get my clothes off Are those 
condoms or gelt Dunkin Donuts. 
anyone? Hum up. there's a line out 
here It's not the size of the bed that 
matters, it's what vou do with 
it Did you notice anything different 
about the basement They're 
playing loud music What big blue 
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Kimberly 



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474 Birkel Avenue 

Amy, Nicole and Sarah 



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we call the 

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Jello shot night next 

door and ALL the 

frightening 

repricussions 

"Let's save all the hair 
from the shower drain 
and make a sweater 



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you can't not 

go, it is half 

price pitchers at 

the HO. 



Senior night at 
the HO? 




Hello this is 
the Hellertown 
police, I need 
some informa- 
tion on one of 

your room- 
mates/' 



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488 Birkel Avenue 



Brian 
'B. Merritt" 

Taryn 

Jason 
"Foxy" 

Tanya 
"TB" 

Dea 

'Stinky***" 




ALWAYS AN EXPERIENCE 



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THE 
EXTRAS 



SWIMMING AND DIVING - fun 
Too much energy (taper & finals) - 
Wawa - Ritas - crazy - posters - 
the Front porch - long talks - too 
much time at the pool - Come In/ 
Go Away - flying objects - movies • 
living room excitement - water 
guns - neighbors - 480 - Foxy's 
hair - longest shower - always a 
mess - Brian's 2 ,,d room - 6 ,h & 7'" 
housemates - who's phone is that - 
Victoria's Secret magazines - early 
mornings - Christmas training trip 
makes Florida no fun! - complete 
hysteria - the heater - candy - the 
normal visitors - no lights - Papa 
John's - Star Wars - our parents 
and siblings - Patriot League 
Championships - making and 
eating cookies- bagels - when we 
had no cable - does anyone else 
use the kitchen besides me?! - 
AND most of all... through the 
good, bad, easy, and hard times.. 
FRIENDS FOREVER! 





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203 East Fifth Street 

Golda. . .Daphnie. . .Spencer 
until... of course the married couple: Audrey & Dan 





after five vears at lehigh. . .i've learned, cried, laughed, enjoyed, and 
smiled, i've been betraved, loved, cared for, trusted, and blessed, 
enlightenment, knowledge, and love have come my way. . .as i've 
seen, painted, and photographed the world in a new perspective. . . 




and i owe this to my 
teachers, professors, 
and manv more who 
dropped words of 
wisdom and 
support. . .something 
i shall always be 
grateful. . .and for 
me to remember. . . 
forever 




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. . .to those of you who stood by me. . .thanx. . .i would have never 
survived a fifth vear without vou, vour support, your love, and much 
more. . .to the newly weds. . .good luck here and don't forget to 
communicate everything between vou two. . communication is key. . 








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out of here. . .i love vou. . .always will. . thankx. . . 








.peace. . .i'm out. 



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211 East Fifth Street 

Dave. Trevor, Adam, Charlie 




216 EAST FIFTH STREET 




"Your Liver and Yoir... "How Tylenol Changed My Life"... The ANNEX Bar & Grill... The Chovitz 
Room... T.V. Toss... I hate you, I'm sober, I'm leaving.... I could operate heavy machinery right now... 
What are you, wasted?... Oh, we're just playing some T.V... Relax, drink a beer... I didn't think it would 
come off the wall!... Luckily the cops were down with our jive... This is the best four hours of my life!... 
Chucky's Dead!... We're bringing out damage tonight!... I forgot I was here... Leon's gets closer the more 
you've had to drink... I think it's still kicking... When I eat at Denny's I'm usually on drugs... I bagged the 
elephant!... Did you pour Heineken all over that drunk boy???... We'd be dead but it'd be funny as sh*t... 
He may have been talking fast but I was listening fast... Once you sneeze, you jar it all in there... Just 
because I'm listening to Floyd doesn't mean I'm using drugs... I feel like I'm on Novocaine... Heavener, the 
way I see it girls are like buses; if you miss or lose one, another one will come along in 10-15 minutes... 
MAC PACK!... You gave a bottle of Sloe Gin to an alcoholic before a four-hour drive at 10 AM???... If I 
ever overdose, cover me in liquor, put a bottle in my hand, throw me into the street, and tell my parents I 
got hit by a car... 



LlFES 



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313 East Fifth Street 

Kristine Cozza, Robin Pomerantz, Sam Kane, Emily Mantell, 

Natalie Sacco, Amy Bodner 

Dance Parties in the Kitchen, Homebox, 
Wooder, Pan-pan, Uncle Bart, Procrastina- 
tion, Procrastination! Chores?. The bar. 313 
Brothel, The all-day beirut tournament with 
our townie friends, Family Dinners, Mardi 
Gras '99 and the 4 B's (Beer, Beads, Boobs, 
and Boys) Tae-bo, Team Goal, Leh/Laf bus 
tour with the old fogies, Huge ass beers, 
867-5309, Spiking Cozza's room, GEORGE, 
Melanie, Future employment plans: cook- 
ing and cleaning for Nat, Spring break and 
the Michigan boys, The shark, Big Keifa, 
"Give it to me Baby!", Does anybody else 
party?, Sam's flying purse, Random walk- 
ins, The cook off, " I wanna die, Stick a 
bullet in my head," Coors Lite Grandes, 
40' s, Sirkdog, Hawaian shirt boys, Room 
206 rocks, TCBY runs, 3a.m. clean up 
duty, Fabreeze, A little Madonna any- 
body?, The Boss, Sex Talks, Is it "This big" 
or "THIS big?", I feel like a rock star, Sing 
alongs, Stop whining!, Can i get a word in 
edgewise?, 7 a.m. break-in, " Throw me a 
frakin bone her, people," police connec- 
tions, "the" shows, Let's all take a 

minute , Dick on a stick, Remote??????, 

"Movie, anyone?, Mindy — our 
pseudohousemate, Robin's fog horn, The 
guest room, Mimosa's and pancakes, Hang- 
over turkey sandwiches and cokes, House 
account, "Did you have fun last night?. ...I 
think so, Who's driving?. ...Cozza will, 
Water fight in the hall, bomb LUCIE, Any 
messages, It's lonely on the 3rd floor, Recy- 
cling — we miss it yet again, We want the 
deats, Anybody want a patty?, "That's 
what I'm talkin' 'bout!, Robby P., Do you 
wanna play some beirut? Sammy K., did 
you drop your beer for the tenth time? 
Cozza, can you fix this?, Mantell, are you 
on the phone again? Sacco Subs, and you 
mean what? Bods, where are you?!! 



Part of you goes with me, and part of me stays with you forever 






315 E 5 th St 

Anita, Vicki, Deb, Kate, Kelly, Lisa 
(Audrey, Julie, Megan) 





House Destruction, TP 27, Weenie is chillin' in the basement, Fraggle, Passionate 
Lover, Free Garbage, Ho Rats, Cancun, Priorities, Baby Powder, X-Mas Party, 
Cowboy Hat, the cops are here again, Ghetto House, Who has the tap? Pina Colada's 
on the porch and Daquiri's on the deck, Who taped the shows? Party outfits, Wing 
Night, The Quote Book, f^anny and Pop's, ding ding ding, random bruises, J-A-A-K 
Bomb, Eddie, 3 rd floor ghost, Hilton Head and the Monkey Farm, the day Lisa found 
out she was dead, Heeey, SURF & SCAtA, Who won the contest? Brownie Mix, 
dancing on bars, the boyfriends, Brooklyn, Goosey Delivery Girl, Lisa's dork bag, 
I don't have any $, walking to the Ho= exercise 
*m± — PEACE OUT 





521-23 East Fifth Street 

Sara Director- Jennifer Minelli- Caron Nezvby- Stephanie Prager- 
Jessica Williamson- Elena Zilberman- Amy Zweiman- 

Now is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, 

perhaps, the end of the beginning/ 7 





"Yesterday brought the beginning, 
Tomorrow brings the end, 
But somewhere in the middle 
We've become best friends." 




"Never take life too seriously. 
Nobody gets out alive anyway." 




Memories of 521-23 

Who stole our alarm? Arts & Crafts, 

"Those butterflies are scaring me." 

Where's the other hill pass? Cool 7, 

immigrant, scavenger hunt, cover 

up story, "Wanna know what really 

happened?" Hot Box, Let's go to 

Wegman's, M&M party, 19, Lita 

Ford, 6a.m., Skittle pick-up, [knock, 

knock] "housekeeping?" "Hi, 

Kamin," too bad we never got to 

pledge, "I don't feel well," boyfriend 

named Snackwells, "That's not a real 

dinner," The dungeon, Corsica of 
Love, AND we finally got Courtney! 



"We had a time. Oh, what a time we had. 



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naked. ...now I am wearing an orange 
speedo; the DANce; Secret Asian Man: 
"Oh yeah, Oh yeah"; Wendy Ka to 
intruder "Kristin , is that you?" ; Is the 
favorite?; Share baby, share; Who 
gives a sh*t, He doesn't pay my taxes; 
She was wrestling with my dog.... Oh 
that's what you call it; We're VIP, My 
brother's steward; They can run into 
my end zone anyday!; You guys are 
animals. I can't believe I live with you 
guys; Lease signing... "Did you get a 
look at those!!; Dude; S&S at the 
dinner table; "Hot Dog"; Loui, can 
you hear me??; red rover, red rover, 
don't run the lady over; It doesn't 
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565 Hillside Avenue 

Shelby, Karen, and Kristi 

Baby, nothing lasts foraver, not the mountains or the sea, but the times we had together, 

they will always be with me. 





Pump it, Pump it- 
Chon y la amiga de 
Chon - M&M A3 - The 
Secret Bakery - The Js - 
Spain - Fro-yo -Hona - 
Paying dues - "Send 
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"The Girls" - AXO - The 
Hamptons - Pickles - 
Ride 'em Cowgirl - Stir 
fry - Kegs on Ice - Deep 
Throat - Sternum - Espia 
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Shiatsu - Swing Dancing 
Late Night - Do you 
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318 East Fifth Street 




Regatta, Courtney's O's, Abby's shake-the-house "Swing Dancing," 
Smokin' Chinese cigarettes, Sketchy candle-lit vigils with Dave 
Matthews and Red, Trudging through blizzards for the finest jug of 
wine under $10, The Zoo, Brownies with Chambord, Xin Tai Ruan, 
Grabbing boobs: Good to see ya, Belching contests, BBQ's, Home of 
the First Annual Biobash, Trivial Pursuit, I cannot drink with no 
pants on, Pacing Breaks every weekend, Wanna get pinned? Have 
Sauce date 'em first! Tostitos, A.C. birthday parties, Tailgates, 
Cancun- Senor Frog's Waterslide, Hairy formal dates named Bruce, 



Wawa F.V. Cappachino, Late-nite Biore appointments, 
Brown's plane- outfit, Davis- our seventh housemate, 
Tuesday nite at J.P's, Slut, Rabies, and Smokey, Buddy 
and cupcake harrassment, like awesome, Like Wow! 
The person I love waking up next to..., Bust-A-Nut Ale, 
Black-out bus rides, Beer Slides, Trips to Hoboken, Bro- 
ken dresses, smart glasses, fake fireplace smells like 
dead animals, There's the beep-beep! Sex talks, Shot- 
gun! Chubby Wubby, Party like a Rock Star! 




574 Hillside Avenue 

Beth, Megan, Michelle, Traci, & Trish 




Can we move in yet? 

Traci's imaginary cockroaches 

Tom is MY boyfriend 

Parent sleepovers 
Leaving on a Jet Plane 

Ring are you upstairs 

Beth are you awake yet? 

Watch the stairs 

Sweetest thing 

Beth, it's 6:25 are you going to practice? 

Housekeeping. ..Let me fluff your pillow. 

Megan how many times did you hit snooze? 

Mix tape producing center 

Patriots 

ECACs Beth really does fit in the bag 

The dryer is broken AGAIN 

Water sucks it really sucks 

Wanna grow old with you. 




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Yertte, Watson, baked potato feet, 
rah rah rah, double time, TEFT, The 
neighbor obsession, unrelated, 
Oscar, The Alamo, Yeah, what about 
these?, Alpha Pizza Pi, coffee, bend 
over!, bursting into song, The 
Bahamas, birthday dinners, You 
Don't Know Jack, free cell, Jerry on 
the roof, Hartford, DAYS, 
peppermint patties, the connecting 
door, Wahoo! 






BRITTON, JENN, KRISTIN, LISA, SHANNON, TANNASHAE 



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The Girls of 308 remember: 




Wall of Shame. Lopes. Tits. Immodium JB. Chester, our first housemate dinner at the Outback, the bloomin onion, the broken toilet, running to 
Alumni at 2 am. Jerry the "Plumber." Absolut Citron. pre-Hawaian party at 308 Summit, goldfish in our bras, getting-ready 80s music dance party, 
"will you blow me dry?" making the Beirut table in the basement, our first party, turning Rauch into a drunk, late night sneak outs, body paints. 
Berish and Rauch trying to rescue Chessie out of Shannon's locked room. Halloween cat. family dinners. Jello shots. A$* hole of the year award, 
taking pictures drunk at the Ho for the wall. Rauch getting snagged by Joe the bartender, the crazy lady next door and the old people who hate us . 
it seems like just yesterday that we were all moving in and becoming friends. Thanks for all the great times and awesome memories-they made 
senior by far the most memorable of all four years. Let's never forget any of them or each other! I love you guys! 



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pleather couch theives, com 'on someone 's gotta know!, snake d**k wine, g: "i don't have the godd**m cork," the 

|car was talkin' s**t to me, g's cake fight, "if we would have known we could see your bathroom from our roof, we 

would have been looking", "hey. never ending story s on— watch for the horse!. " porch-monkey gang— 227, 460 

composite heist, pimpin' at chi phi. wil: "oh crap!!", assman, roto-rooter: "we may have to shake," tea-time, I 

NEVER, A**MAN, vacuums, tony's random facts, skankin'. wine nights. .minus the glasses. .um-broken, homey 

moments/comments/combats, wil: "i was a dolphin in my past life," keg's kicked.. .bye!. .thanks for coming, "think. 

think. " barefoot in the snow, The Hood: leprachaun, pearl, eli newsman, quarter guy, g's banana demo, neighbor: 

"don't you know how to use a doorbell?"— g: "...ouch!." squirrels, roaches, ghosts, reggaes, west side story - 
montclair style, wil's phone obsession, jager moments.. .sorry wil, b-b-q's and 40s, sam: "clearly that's a bulls**t 
statement," g: "i love it when you call me big pa-paa," g's and small p's, crack house, tone loses $20 (according to ; 

webster), rolling in the leaves, "because I have to know. " paducah, clothes-pin fight, wil: "we gotta put it in the 

freezer & smoke it a lot," naked nap-time, tone's sixer, busch pounders -3pm fridays, kat vs. kelly '98, silly chair 

amber breaking porch, "cause it's Friday.. .you ain't got no job & you ain't got s**t to do, tone's concussion, 2pm 

tequila shots, the ho's hos, chased out of mcgill's, thumper in the ho, dninken sledding on campus, 458 kickin' it 

live in d.c. where's mike?, wil: "are you a vegetarian?"— j: "what are you kidding me? I aint' got no time for no soy 

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DANIELLE SCHW'ARZ 
CHRISTINE PERILLO 




Glen and the missing food + "I like the way you walk!" + Wizard of Oz-lt's in color! + "Could I get yoi 
anything... a beer?" + David, crying babies, Spanish music + no window, rape-me door, sketchy lot, 
scalding showers + "Who's phone is that?" + frozen turkey + resources + 700 calories + Campus 
Pizza + TCBY + Wawa runs + pasta for an army + Kasey Lynn's + 7 th roommate + midnight run to 
A. C. + "See, that's why I don't go outside" + 3 A.M. bailout + Psychic + U Mass trip + accounting 
forum + pseudo boyfriend + $-kitchen table + Ally McBeal + "Do you w-w-wanna write it d-d-down?" 
+ hill runs + "Can someone clean the kitchen?!" + " I called the airline. I'm leaving Key West." + 
"I'm living in boyfriend hell!" 



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Trying to pay her phone hill & manage her romances ahroad. 
Watching 90210 renins & trying to mover from the shows discontinuation. 
Getting more underwater diving footage & trying to keep up with the tickertape. 
Ekzzeling millions & still picking the ones that are alreadv taken. 
At Nawah & running while the rest of us are still hung-over. 
Still checking on her flies & hying to train Smba. 
Spokesperson for hearing aids & spending time with her Asian babies. 
Still telling a story that she started at graduation. 
Running Spanish fashion & still hying to avoid gems. 
Owns a chain of health food stores and recovering from living with slobs in coMe 
Hanging out because she "jusl loves to hang out." 
Still in school getting yet another degree. 
Laying on the couch with a tuna can. 




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JEN LYNN JACKIE BECKY JACKIE 





Top Ten Reasons We Love Living At East Packer 



10. JoeBallek 

9. All the great parties 

8. Our very own indoor pool 

7. Lynn's plumbing ability 

6. RATS 

5. Noxious fumes 

4. Proximity to Leon's 

3. Permanent brain damage 

2. Amy's voice 

1 . We don't live at East 5 th 





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crossroads, 

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good-bye. 

and go our oicn separate ways, 

choosing the direction that is right for 

each of us. 
But. the memory of being together will 

all cays remain. 

and there is always a chance that our 

paths will cross again. 




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basketball - field hockey - 
Lehigh Athletics are good - 
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Jules - "We could be heroes" - the fish tank -pointing 
to the chin - " I cleaned the kitchen" -Backstreet Boys 
and 'N Sync - "Hello, it's garbage?!" - Chriti - nintendo 

- the WAWA incident - six-way sleepover - Mc Fly - 
pretty - ESB - Dawson's Creek - Alan - Tae Bo -"the 
zone" - Taco Bell - Hot Wings - "I don't want your life. 

- vomit noises - blacklight - pizza - Farley Granger - 
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even a simple football toss draws the lehigh polite. 

there have been some close calls and even a fire, 

ifmikey says he's quitting he's definitely a liar. 

their respect for each other is mediocre at best, 

and yes, waleed has two different sued breasts. 

leroy's 2 a.m. arrivals were anticipated nightly, 

"i drank the beer" he says, and smiles d-lightly. 

sharke sleeps with ear plugs and we all understand, 

you never know when 224 will get a bit out of hand. 

mikey would think ralph was less of a slut, 

if she wasn't always ready to show him her butt. 

life at the crack den would not be complete, 

without the bad smell of Simon's foul feet. 

who's always changing the bathroom clock? 

515*s favorite person is certainly |-shock. 

the holes m the walls were here when we came, 

we made going to college look like a game. 



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scary world. This blond bombshell holds someone captive on 1 ialloween night as he dreams of 
all the ghosts and goblins dancing about. 





Life in the lounge: Whether 
you are looking for a study 
buddy at two in the morning 
or someone to watch 
Beverly Hills 902 1 o or 
Dawson's Creek with, the 
lounge is always the first 
place to start your search. 
This lonely sole seems to 
be waiting for a friend 
before heading off to class. 
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night filled with music and fun. These parties can be found all over "The 

Hill" on the weekends, people seem to flock from all over to celebrate 

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about the possibilities. If the 
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Could You Imagine If... 

Emily didn't have the phone attached to her ear and wore 
matching pajamas. Kristine didn't have an answer to EVERY- 
THING, wasn't mom, and didn't procrastinate. Sam didn't 
have a wandering eye, every guv didn't want her, and wasn't 
funny. Natalie didn't whine, wasn't touchy-feely, and didn't 
check her email 100 times a day. Robin didn't know all of the 
Bethlehem cops, didn't go to the gym, and wore a polo shirt and 
penny loafers. Amy didn't have stomach issues, didn't return 
everything she bought, and wasn't a walking medicine cabinet. 
Mindy didn't have her box of Franzia, actually lived at her 
house, and could find her car. Melissa actually drank and didn't 
have Eric. Temra didn't go to the gym everyday, didn't gossip, 
and didn't say "honestly." Hillary never went to the library, 
hated broccoli, and never got sick at a date party. Leigh knew 
where the gym was, dated older men, and hated kareoke. 
Jessica never hung out at Theta Chi, always ate steak and shrimp 
for dinner, and never had a smile on her face. Kim was really on 
a soap opera, didn't like fat boys, and still worked at City View 
Diner. Carol wore sweatpants, didn't ever go to the library, and 
moved to Pittsburgh. Jen K. was a neat freak, was sober, and 
became a pharmacist. Rachel wasn't a man eater, wasn't mono- 
tone, didn't get time-outs, and had a boyfriend. Allison W. was 
flat chested, drank in moderation, and didn't instigate. Shelby 
didn't talk about China, didn't get a job, wasn't working on her 
resume, and didn't always have a meeting. Kristi wasn't CEO, 
was single, didn't get her way, and didn't laugh or smile. Karen 
didn't have a boyfriend, talked more than Shelby, and didn't 
drive a Saab. Allison D. was a mut, gave-in, couldn't cook, and 
didn't fimo. Jen M. gave a damn, listened to rap music, and 
didn't live at Chi Phi. Megan gained some weight, didn't spend 
90% of her life at the library, and it went loser, hooker, lush, 
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In 10 Years: 

Ursula is living in NJ working as a recruiter for Caldwell 
College. She's still waiting to get her pictures back from her 
Carnival Cruise vacation. Susan is living in Boston wondering 
when Carnival Cruises will call her and Ursula to be the social 
hosts on their newest fun ship. Lauren is a high profile lawyer, 
still searching for religion while fighting for the rights of ferrets 
in California. Kate has an established pizza monopoly through- 
out the country and appears on talk shows supporting legisla- 
tion that would make pizza the sixth food group. Rebecca M. a 
recovering Diet Coke addict, drag races her bologna-getter 
wearing witchy boots. Alison is riding her pet brown cow to all 
the Macy's shoe sales. Shari is eating TCBY with her husband, 
Billy Joel. Lisa owns and operates a tiki bar and is a spanker. 
Amy dances naked on the tiki bar and is a spanker. Lauren W. 
is an expert nacho maker at the tiki bar and is a spanker. Tulie 
trains dancing squirrels for the tiki bar and is a spanker. Jamie 
seduces younger men at the tiki bar and is a spanker. Alexis 
(a.k.a. two-fiddy) is a bouncer at the tiki bar and is a spanker. 
Katie is still a Chi Phi squirrel and is a spanker. Beth is still 
hugging trees in wetlands while continuing to lecture college 
students (only now as a professor) on the importance of proper 
recycling. She and Christina are still inseperable. Christina is 
committed to the career of educating and enlightening the 
minds of six year olds while spending her summers and as 
much time as possible in the sun on LBI. She and Beth are still 
inseperable. Christine is happily married to Travis in Colorado. 
She has a family and she and Travis are opening their own 
music school. Alison J. is driving a fast car and living in a house 
that is not connected to the ones beside it. Tamie C is lost in 
France, nowhere to be found. 





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Abby-shotgunning fool, swing dancer, Kevin, xin tai gyno, earthquake, "B or 
B?", the dancing fool Brown-Staples, phone freak, shooter, wild turkey, "You're 
blurry, the bathroom's not, and that's my goal." Sauce-Co-Ed naked Beirut, 
wicked, expert rollerblades, min chee chee, bus ride blackouts, formal dress 
mishaps Red-hairy butts, Matthew, violin David duo, wall dancing, "I'm not 
drunk.", "apple juice," Delts, "at the studio" Maura-" Drinks with no pants on," 
the hives, "one, two, three, who farted?", "I can no, I do not", smart glasses, the 
Steelers Courtney-second best belcher, calling shotgun, mooch, calorie counter, 
exercise freak Karen-"I'm completely naked, I'm now wearing nothing but a 
orange speedo.", "I can't believe I live with vou animals." Wendy Kaneda-the 
regulator, New Mexico or bust, "I'm feeling craazzy!", To burglar, "Kristen do 
you want to go to the gym?" Wendy Kelly-'Tm being warped,", the 
mothership, "Exhibit A", "I love the bastard.", "How do you put this thing in?" 
the Mr. Lehigh hook-up, wasted at Air Band Kristin-"I sweat roses.", things, 
shout Vivian-teddy bears, air band. ..Remember it well??!! Hard core trea- 
surer..." 122 on a beautiful summers eve night, we work hard, we play hard, we 
stay hard." Alicia-tatties, Greek salads, sleeping, passing out, clown, "Hi, 
Thanks.", pinching cheeks, grote, the e-mail trivia war, Cd's Conigs-Yankees, 
pink housecoat, the disappearance, ex-Delts groupie, hair twirler, floppy, fruit 
flies Heather-" Have you seen this clown?", hot boys, the breest, crooshes. 
Swingers, "Drugs are bad, Jenny eat something." Paul White, Mark Magenta 
Christi-Michael, pi guy, basketball, thongs, Felicia and Flubber, fights with 
Spanky, "Who's your Daddy?!", "You look familiar.", Chi Psi Katie-eating 
goldfish with Lauren, ski team, lucky cow socks, brainfarts, future military 
wife, next stop:Seaworld Lisa-UC basement; her second home, devil in 
disguise, visits from the fam, "and that's all I have to say about that." Kori- 
"smile, my sunshine, runs X-C and around the world, but.. ."I don't set goals", 
"Yeah Boston!" Kate O.-lost on her 21st, "No, that's not my bra." 1 am pictures 
of Bass are necessary, the dishes are done for long haired Kate Erica-stealth e- 
mails, Lok Yuan, strip poker in the hallway, clean rooms?, the flasher who, 
"gave the house a bad reputation .", LEE Christa-P&P party in the black 
pleather dress, S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G, "It's a beautiful day, lets get some beers and go 
for a drive." DQ will always get her on the dance floor Kate M.-fell and 
chipped a tooth, "My shoe...", gotta love those alcoholics, avoiding the fat girl 
food...Phat Markel Connie-prize winning laugh, the 2am tiki, ever hear from 
that London boy?, "your voice always gives you away." Kerry-the heart 
shaped Jacuzzi, Elvis' extended stay at AOPi, "Do you have a guitar", Pink Zin 
water bottles at tailgates, mission accomplished. ..RJ, fights with Felicia and 
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People knew Newby's first name? 
Jessica ran out of carbohydrates? 
Jackie Schneider could stand still? 
Director wasn't a 2-beer queer? 
Elena never went on that Scavenger Hunt? 
Becky wasn't the president of the Accounting Club? 
Gorman had no hair? 
Dory came out of the coatroom? 
Vanessa thought before she spoke? 
Christine had a bedroom with a window? 
Lynn wasn't a drunk dialer? 
Minelli wasn't from Scranton? 
Amy didn't like brown sugar? 
Teagno didn't think about not having a man? 
Danielle S. didn't have bangs? 
Schmelkin wasn't the Lochness Monster? 
Prager was as good a beirut player as she said she is? 
Sara W. wasn't anal? 
Daniela didn't work for CutCo? 
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In 10 Years- 
Brooke will marry an Albino, 
Erin is marathon bound, 
Dayna is still a bachelorette, 
And Mary is wandering around, 
Jess is still doing the Dew, 
While Alexis is a Playboy centerfold, 
Pealer's on a box of Wheaties, 
As Lawlor graces the cover of Voque. 
Courtney is representing Kristen, 
in her lawsuit against a tobacco company, 
Orly finally has her c-cup, 
And it's filled with lots of money. 
Ashley is the lead in River Dance, 
And Tori is drawing her pre-nup, 
Jamie travels the world, 
As Amy D. does stand-up. 
Suzanne is mixing oil and vinegar, 
Alyssa has been committed, 

And Melissa is driving the remains of her Omni car. 
Johnna is a Lehigh Brownie, 
And Haley's on hair color fifteen, 
Katie's hiking the Appalachian trail, 
While Jaclyn's into the nudist scene. 
Jen patents the famous mustard /mayo combo, 
And then there's cold beer Kate, 
Molly will always be laughing, 
and DCs future is now in the hands of fate! 



Remember... 

Revenge of the nerds-we got jipped...8 out of 8. ..Chronic 
Bronc... Carol Lee's back giving out...NGB...If you can't chug a 
beer like a DG can.. .Run Amy, RUN...Doggie...LCG...Jen Ren Jen 
Ren. ..Richard Bey. ..Don't let Day in the house.. .Kappa Sig 
nightmare.. .Pledgemaster's kiss. ..Finally off of probation. ..What 
Michael Jackson song?. ..Girls just want to have fun.. .Spring 
Valley-RIP. -Stolen Ritalen...The blue couch. ..Chug M.F...We got 
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Where Will They Be In 10 Years... Krista Dalski: Still driving a 
standard car, blasting the Boss, with a 30-pack strapped to the 
passenger seat. Jena Meyer: Recently returned from a 2 year 
backpacking trip across Europe to tape her own MTV FANatic 
episode. Gina Petri: Just dropped off the kids at Aunt Julie's, on 
her way to her vegan /organic cooking class and wine tasting 
seminar. Mary Zook: Living out West on a dude ranch breeding 
horses and fending off every eligible bachelor, her friends being 
sushi and chardonnay. Tracey Waters: Published #1 Best Seller, 
Jon Benet and Other Unsolved Mysteries, she's living on the beach 
in North Carolina. Robin Weiner: After a profitable record deal 
offer in Jamaica, she became the biggest female radio personality, 
the next Howard Stern, and resides on Strong Island. Allison 
Kuss: Coordinating the Tibetan Freedom Festival, producing her 
own line of clothing, bumming in the buff. Sarah Noblitt: After 
her appearance on Jeopardy, she was offered a job as a documen- 
tary speaker for the discovery channel. Unfortunately, she had 
to put it on hold for a pre-arranged photo shoot with J.Crew. 
Elisa Sena: A Garden City housewife, weekending in the 
Hamptons, she divides her time between golfing and shopping, 
has two children, and in her spare time designs gowns for the 
Oscars. Kim Wicken: She and the lipstick mobile are heading 
back to Ohio for a family reunion. Still Shaggin' after all these 
years. Melissa Katz: Busy teaching Hebrew school at the town 
synagogue and preparing nightly meals of gefilte fish for her 
Spanish Rabbi husband Yehuda. Beth Stromstedt: The social 
coordinator for Alcoholics Anonymous. Jen Vogt: A PTA Mom 
with 7 kids and is beating up her husband. Prentice Heaney: 
...Still studying. Erin McGrath: Still "not together" with Ted, 
but there's a Teddy Jr. on the way. Rachel Hart: A singing nun 
on a karaoke tour. Vikki Tomazic: Married to the head of the 
mofia, breeding little Delta Phi's. Dani Collins: If she's not on 
the pitch, teaching her own little Evertonians how to sink the ball 
in the back of the net, she's in the pub, teaching them how to 
drink a pint of Guinness. Katie O'Connell: Sailing around the 
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be a surgeon, was a 36DD; Jenny, never dated Matt, was never 
sarcastic; Nathalie, never sang, didn't know how to style hair, 
never went abroad; Katie, didn't cry when she laughed, came 
back before dawn, didn't pee in Kim T's boyfriend's car; Jenine, 
never shut up, didn't obsess over boys, took less than 2 hours to 
get ready;Tali, could write legibly, didn't have a big family, 
wasn't an affectionate drunk; Jill, lived in the house, never met 
Jenine, didn't have a house near Kathie Lee Gifford; Steph, never 
got drunk, didn't dance, escaped the 70's; Christy, wasn't 
Martha Stewart, never drank Black Label, started drinking 
freshman year; Lori, never cut her hair, was slightly inhibited; 
Adrienne, didn't always have a boyfriend, knew what she 
wanted to do when she grew up; Julie, never met Pentzman, 
never went out with Katie, never co-founded MAB; Kim, was a 
PSYCHO THETA!!!, was a single woman; Megan, wasn't an 
aerobics instructor, never transferred to Lehigh; Amanda, 
couldn't throw a shot put 45 ft, didn't bruise so easily, didn't 
host the P&P party; Emily, wasn't conservative, didn't take 
pictures; Kimberly, liked being called Kimmie (Like we ever 
called her Kimberly), was a tomboy; Carrie, liked programming, 
wasn't a flirt, took less than 21 credits/semester; Lisa, ever wore 
underwear, was as innocent as she pretends to be, didn't know 
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Year End Highlights. We love our new House. Jade and 
Amanda are dancing for us, anyone got any bills? Aimee is 
drunk. Alpha pledge class is in trouble again! Kelly, where are 
you? We finally met Alexis, Libby, and Jess. Gina turns 21! Rose 
puked baby Shrimp. Big Red. Sometimes I act like a foriegn 
exchange student. Purity Tests. Gordo. Who's your master? 
Austin Powers and Ms. Kensington. Hercules. Who's getting 
pinned? Beta pledge class Rocks. No C or R words please. 
Where did all the cups go? LD is singing for us. Where's Kate 
Ball?. ..Picnic Table. We were only trying to close the gates, 
ociffer. Go Navy! Did anyone tape Dawsons/ Ally? "The Natti. 
Late nights in Thu and Jen's. Vicki is being stalked. Hall sports. 
We love IMs. Anyone wanna go to the bone? Veronica lost her 
tweezers. GO LUST! Lehigh /Lafayette. Alpha pledge class 
forgot the pledge dance. Call me Shade. GO WOMEN'S RUGBY! 
Who's got rodents in the house? C and E action. Where's Shan- 
non? Is Robyn okay? My name is Libby now. Risa's favorite toy 
is a purple what? WE LOVE OUR Gamma Pledge class. 

To our Seniors 
Thank you for all you have done for Pennsylvania Kappa. 
Without you, our chapter would not have the strength that it 
does today. Thank you for your commitment, your hard work, 
and most of all your love. We will always remember our Senior 
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boy, Dungeon— watch out girls, he's good, The Bro, Bond, 
Bond, and more Bond, Panama, Lame-bo, How'd Travis 
get here?, FAT CAT, Cooter, Grandpa, Chester, right?, 
Wittman, leave Dakota alone!!!, Orange- Anna, Miss Botto, 
So did you get your rocks off?, Morris likes raw-dog, 
Wittman's sister, Damn, those carpets are clean!!!, Clark, 
shakin' the walls again, Go to any classes today, Flynn?, 
Crow Bowl, Where's Senkiewicz, on the couch?, Joe forget 
to flush... what a surprise!, Allgair, what's the smell?, 
Where's Frank?, Oh wait.. .never mind, Oh, word?, 
Wittman's sister, Beach football, Chip. ..don't p**s yourself, 
"Can we sell beer at our parties?, Wittman's sister, no one 
even taught me how to run, Wolf— I'm going to pi$$ on the 
Brownies shoes and offer them a beer, BAG-O, Phone 
Tree... Thank's Basso, Where's Irwin sleeping tonight?, 
Wanna watch Dazed?, Dawg-catcher...ALMOST...BILL!!!!, 
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"Honestly, Seriously...", "Joe, just think of some one else...", The 
bitterness, the broken hand, Push your liver to the limit, 
"Kuosman, what are you holding?" 'A piece of s**t.', 
Renovations=no pots, They took our keys, Wes and Jeff=leaves 
in the car, Kermitfroggle s— - himself, late night disposal man, 
dinner at the U.C., Wes, Chuck-B-Q, Eep, Eep, Stemburg and 
Maria..., I just want a Yemminite Ho, Jordan 'grey' Hyatt, Pledge 
turned priest, Fegley's pissed on initiation night, "Just look at me 
and say 'I'm wetawded.'", Most improved GPA.rCharlie... twice, 
and the best brother is.. .Rob Rokoff, "It's such a nice day out, 
let's play some WarCraft.", "She looks nice, she wants to party", 
"You might be the most beautiful girl here, but your definitely 
not as cool as you think.", Matt's yelling again, Lemons, Vitamin 
R and others, "He's all Head", General A**-master goes to 
Hawaii!, Who?, "Is this cocktails or a party?", Andals, Eggs and 
Woody, Joe gets a piece of tail, the password is 'somesh-', The 
man of 1000 names, "I'm stoned out of my domepiece", "Are 
you pissed?", Mawrlborough, Joel=bitter, Lehigh River flyboy, 
"Schmoke my hog!", Yeah Dude!, C.G. Queen, Talking, breath- 
ing, breathing, talking, talking, breathing, "Yeah, only on Tues- 
days", "What the hell are you doing here?", T-Gallagher sees 
Pop-goes-the-weasel, "Kaiser, you're so wierd", Sticky Fingers, 
Charlie's spelling, The flying squirrel, P.B. Reilly flips from 
tailgate truck, Life is better with pledges, "If you guys keep 
working together, you'll be out of here in no time.", GDTRFB. 



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Cancun.... Computer room lavatory.... 1121.... 
1123....1124.... 1130.. ..the running man... 
Goosey... cheese.. ..kk....Frankie's.... hey now, 
hey now, SHOTGUN.. ..After Dark.. ..Beta 
Plague ....paint job.... stitches in the head.... 
Where the hell's Cottington.... burnt toast... 
oldies during cleanups. ...pizza mobile.... 
Stan.. ..Tough and Rugged.... Harley 
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Gouls-sleep in bed, not on the radiator. Falke burning Brodie on neck 
with cigarette. Kanne don't die-Rutgers. Braun=SOL. Eler, Fan Cam. 
Hey Pilong, you wanna watch some TY? Gintellees. I thought she was 
wearing a mitten. D-Cal, this bus isn't equipped with a toilet. Rols 
&Me-Lisa's cousin. Where is Smith? =How's Dave Berg? 7 footer takes 
out crowd with keg. Eler, turn it down! Braun, turn it down! Where's 
WB? Cell block #3. Where's snappy? Wanna lick Snappy? Nine-Oh! 
Meyeres, can I brawl in your room? Hey Meyers, thanks for the hickey- 
Love Gouls. Mayor Z- Grist Mill. Porno Bizarro. Shev, G-farb, Meyers= 
3 some. Garb, why fries VP? X2! Who is Brodie? Delta Trip. Smith, 
don't touch live sockets. Goulet arrested. Seth A. Brodie, Rush Chair, 
damn glad to meet me! Dick with a live paintball gun to Shev. Kanne 
and Fries. How was Briarfield. Dicks A3. Easiest Lambda. Goodman, 
Trippin' balls? Braun hates pledge Bro Fries. The beer is burning my 
eyes. Kanne cleaned the library. G-farb still loves Mils. Elmalagueno= 
it's for Spanish Jews. Braun's "Mono"....Goldfarb steals Goldin's date. 
Who's this Judd Kid? Kanne, Farb, Brodie = burnt, anal, clueless. 3's 
company. Why is Sonny here? Herbass. Jeff Kanne. Fraun deficates. 
X3,Oh Sh*t, I got skids in these too! Que pasa, Vertiz? Donde esta, 
Vertiz? Fries-Duee X2 Farb got laid in hottub. Doc-got baked. Nationals 
wants to know where 4:20 room is? ? Are you Jimmy Ang? Who wants 
to know? Sir, Epsilon, Chris.... topher NcNish. Got any house Beer?- 
Rolls. Mind Set- is that a psychology video? Da-Geeesh! Leave your 
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Guys, please be patient, this won't take long! Dumb as sh#t. 
Schneids, how small is Mr. Schtumpy that you need a truck that 
long. Brickman is hiring. You're right Yusi, you don't get 
anorexic overnight. Gabe, still "Chasing Amy". ..Smooth, Prager 
or Melissa? Campbell, can we be invited to your son's Bar 
Mitzvah? Katz is getting ready to talk, grab your ponchos and 
umbrellas. Mac, when are you going to outgrow your rubber 
sheets? The Director... where should we start? James - populat- 
ing the planet. Drunk, perverted, and a 0.9 GPA is no way to go 
through life. Yusi, stop lying, you loved Lara. Stand clear, 
chainsaw is here. Hairy nipples. Roz, Rutgers was tough, huh? 
Juniors still suck. Jerry, wanna wrestle? Cro-Magnon 
man.. .Fred Flinstone calves - you decide. Tall, drunk and 
whipped is no way to go through life. The chirping piglet's 
record: one hook-up and eight wet beds. Shady Goodman and 
Shady Guttman - Dela gets all the classy girls. Ballan, is that a 
wife-beater or a tattoo? I'm not just the founder, I'm a member 
too. Prager, you are not a Brother! Yusi, you killed the lineage 
of mass. Gabe, permanent marker is hard to get off your face, 
huh? Campbell the future housewife of one Mary Abrams. 
Dela, tell your father to stop blowing leaves at six in the morning 
and waking me up. You've done 250, what's ten more? Katz, 
have you located your ankles yet? To the quietest booze cruise 
ever. Juniors still suck. Nine people in a Honda Prelude = 
Chainsaw in jail. Delta Phi meatheads? Just look at the French- 
man. Borowski, Fat, Drunk and a 0.5 GPA will get you thrown 
out of Lehigh. Gabe, are you drunk or do you always talk that 
way? Keeper of the pasture: ring that bell HNIC! What world 
do you live in? Hopefully not McCullough world. Corky and 
Skip - proud members of adultbuffett.com since 1995. Gabe is 
gay! Late night pool parties. Viva Las Vegas - thanks DK! 
Hairy nipples. Roz, how was Disneyworld? Marangola, you are 
not a senior!! Delvechio: Thank God!!! Dawson: Would have 
been nice. The Underground will live on. 112th: Last of the 
Mohicans. Sunday Morning football games in February- Broth- 
ers:! 15, Freshmen:0. Its time to wrestle the real world: DRINK 
LONG LIFE TO DELTA PHI!!!! 







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Slam!!! Your mom! Alcoholic Tom. Where's Sami Amin? 
Diggida Diggida. Giles the Slut. Armstein. Indentured 
Servant. Tyyyler! Shady Hild. Crazy Nate. Janipussy 
don't eat at the Y. Fat and hairy. Triple Niple. President 
Tyler?? Academic Chair Tyler?!? At least Hash's leash is 
fashionable. You should play with 'em. Maihalik's 
alarm. Dictator Pete. Who's Chris Barnes? Farkas and 
his giggling girlfriend. Dan is a crackhead. B.G.B. Bridge 
is my religion. Pirate movie, rated ARRRR! Do the 
Shaba. Sabo's 2X4. Is Daniels red lining again? Shut up 
Yussem! Hall and Hetsko: "Enter the Blue Oyster." 
Schmerge went to class. Brad, is Phi Sigma Sigma 
coming? Push the red Button. Have you seen my 
viewer? Farka's love of the week. Just say no. Hickey is 
easy to talk to. South Side Pizza & Gyros. Colt 45. 











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Aww Dip, Ghetto- Drama - Wife Beater Ron, Crazy 
Peterson, Surly Zanoff or Zippy the Clown, Who's 
Steve Turoscy? What's up yo, Faulk, How's your 
face? "Here's to honor!" Fat Foster sucking up 
twinkies, Gay Tom and the French ticklers, silly 
soldiers, Count fat-u-la, Frankie and the Brenner 
Hall sleeping bag, Clemens the two beer queer, Nut 
(singular), Napoleon, Stupid Scala Forever, fritchie 
a.k.a. Slow Mo, Franklin the Iranian terrorist, The 
Mexican Monkey, Goose how's your liver? Shady 
Hayduk and the dungeon dancers, Wantman your 
doin' real good for yourself, Ground control to Major 
Witlin, Shut up, Drew, Sober up Perler, Slow down 
Slepian, Hilzer the Ball Buster, Burke the philospher, 
Wonder Bread Jerry the Great White Hope, Buerkle 
the sittin' down guy, Sabatini the platonic sleepover 
king, Russo the next Eastern Division Vice Spanker, 
Holy Crackers Swanson, Stone scores a ten on the 
pummel horse under his loft, Hey Able welcome to 
space mountain, Rusty the red -headed hick, Surf's 
up Big Kahuna, Place your bets Kenny, Chip don't 
forget you helmet, Stay away from that Middle 
School Post, Peace see ya latta 




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Well into its one hundred and sixty fourth 
year as a fraternity, the "Delta House" is still 
going strong. We ended last semester with a 
very spirited rush and a Patriot League 
Championship for football with an overall 
record of 12-1, and we began this semester 
adding 15 new members. We took some DU 
pride to South Padre Island, Texas and 
Cancun, Mexico for Spring Break, partying 

like a Lehigh student would Like A 

Rockstar!! And now that Greek Week is 
almost upon us, we plan on putting the 
"Greek" back in Greek Week. 

In summary, this year at DU we only really 
did five things. We studied, we partied, we 
played our football, we brought home a 
championship, and we showed The Hill 
what brotherhood is all about, not necessar- 
ily in that order. Good Luck to all our se- 
niors and welcome to our new members, 
YOU MADE THE RIGHT CHOICE!!! 






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50%?.. .50%!, Bottom Five Keg Kill, Chuuug!, Back 
side banging the bear, Glorification of the Seniors, I 
missed it?, It rings a small bell, Is Zundl coming back 
next year, I want a Hummer, Chug and Blow, I don't 
understand what you don't understand, Not a damn 
thing!, Caddy Shack, Why you sweatin' me, As a 
friend. ..the mouth, Squared Circle, No means Yes, 
Mono Vag hand, What goes on in Cancun stays in 
Cancun, Boston Beat Down, Naga Nooch, Party Bags, 
Call me Donnie-Call me Joey, Top Five Suck, Wolfe 
and Fonz Food Fight, Stewards Suck, Ineffective, 
Fonz and Leather, Hook a brother up, Butter makes 
the best sauce, Come back 'round 10:30, Hoggin' 
contest, Clap it Up, DJ Fonz and Alongi, Final Word, 
Juniors Suck, BFF Productions, Blau...blew out the 
back window, Sponsored by the bottom five, Hey 
ladies. ..Adam's on the prawl, Turkish blend, 
Volkswagen, Pub Nights, Carpet girl clutching a fire 
extinguisher, small mouth, Cheese Pills, Disoriented, 
Toronto, How many room's do you have?, Person- 
ally, I thinked it sucked, Tree of Life, Slam-Pong, 
Snubbin', Stop the Clock!, Ulcers, Tailgates, Ether 
Bunny, Lil' Sis Chris, Po-Nasty, I jumped the Joke- 
man, I like you Betty. ..Danny, Back to the Hill Again, 
Mr. Roto Reuter, Clown is always right, Fantasy 
basketball, KA Cocktails, spinning the wheels of 
steel, the vintage mustang, who's your daddy?, 2pac 
is still alive?, the funk, more computer games, liter- 
ary chair, Chasey's best, creatine, It happens every 
year, Shotgun for Lehigh pass out at Layfette...Hic 
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16 to 6 only the strong survive.. .Brodey,Bobo, Ota, JJ, Dylan, and 
Macer...Cherrone pulling up the rear...Start'em up 
Batts... Where's Grahm? Batts and Goodwin- human punching 
bags... Wiffle ball bat through Delts window... Turned Hannible 
the Cannibal. ..Who's watching JD? Nobody, "Fair Enough." Phil 
Hood-alcoholic stair dweller to born again Christian sailor 
boy.. .Watch out for the wall Shockey...The BN... Banner Day- 
Togas Suck...D phi-crash sucka... .Martina nice movie/who's 
your daddy? ...Macer- 3 year winner of the Shockey 
Award. ..Stu/Netcher keep the award alive.. .Kevin Carpenter 
give me back that bid. ..The weekend-Gibby's in the river.. .Bobo 
rocket cock.. .Last good pong class... JJ, "the most feared man on 
the pong table"... Phone guy-> HJK-> Head Hebe.. .The end of IM 
reign.. .Ota 4 years at the gym and 2 hookups. ..Luke for the 
century...?? Tarantino?? High school heroes to college 
zeros. ..Where should I put this cucumber? ...Bobo and Shannon 
on the pool table.. .Beth thanks for sharing.. .Lynn ditto. ..Slosh got 
the senior year trifecta-Dylan, Goodwin, and Macer.. .AA team- 
who let Ota on the squad (thanks for pledging). ..Dirty Wilson/ 
Dirty Netcher.. Juniors-it's about time you left your rooms. ..The 
Big Rig.. .Cry for me Crybabv (Luke,Munson, Z) "why won't you 
hook up with me?"-Dylan...JJ,Macer,Casciano-Save the house 
and pull the fire alarm.. .Cacsiano's high school trip...KE ski 
team...JJ tennis over Cancun bad move. Bobo-4 years of 
studying. ..Ota-prancing around in blue panties that Ota pissed 
on with lipstick all over him...Kutch-"Don't believe the 
bullsh**...ATO nice pond...V-ball champs. .."Macer, c'mon dude, 
how many times did i beat you in pong? Think about it"- 
Ota...Wine & Cheese debacles. ..Flood naked in combat 
gear. .."who wants to fight the naked guy?"-Cherrone nice 
hog... Jade-how's that taste. ..Smallest meatheads ever. ..The 2 

Cheryls-we like to watch Naked beer slides... Class of '98 the 

worst class in Kappa frat history. -JJ takes down the 
squirrel. ..Wowak good riddens... Future classes keep the KE 
tradition alive. ..Crazy Giles,Baseball, Posey, Batts, Kizno Collins, 
Ball Bag, JJ, Goods, Macer, Flood, Bobo, Liberachi Birdie, Gook, 
Butler, and fatbody-best pledge class of all time.. .RIP Derek 
Clayton Posey- We Miss You. 












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Crazy fingers. ..Air Bello... "easy". .."some Jamaican kid came in 
and spilled water on the bed"... "you know who else is 
coming... Joe". .Joyride in the Sullivan mobile... early morning 
fireworks across the street.. .Pizza in the cold dorm-'This is 
bad,this is so very bad"...Funhouse birthday shots.. .the Epstein 
shake.. ."Just go down to the Lobby and order the movie". ..Back 
home Bedford. .."What did you guys do to your head"...Chico 
and the UMOC trophy. .."It's a brain-wave alarm clock". ..The 
Delp homework theory-"boom"...friday afternoon trips to 
Utopia. .."who's the smelly kid walking around with the 
marker". ..The grateful team..."Kyriakos..time to build the 
loft". ..Sound-off ...onctwo.." ...pasty white thighs. ..supreme 
overload. .."Not only will 1 hurt you, but i will cause pain. "...98 
and Thanksgiving dinner.. ."This feedback is killer". .."That's the 
grain talking.". ..Bullseye belly... "eeesh"... Diapra cha cha cha... 
"Man, fers is so dead when he gets here"... Soaking wet pink in a 
'coon Explorer.. ."Oh my gawd. ..she's gawt such a hawt 
bawdy". ..settle... "you keep on knocking, but you can't come in 
." ...Skibshave you been sniff in' beer again?"... Q's humpty 
dance.. ."you're beat" ... the Rappers Delight performance... "This 
is insanity". ..Chico's pillow beatings.. ."we're going out for a few 
drinks'. ..The Bacchanal. ..Bello's night on the bench and the 
busride in AC. .."I'm not comin' around, I'm coming right at ya." 
... "fers, I thought you were gonna lump that dude up". ..Be gone 
ye devil!!!.... "McCann, I'm still awake."... "How can someone 
this chunky be so smooth.". ..An opportunity lost is the ultimate 
badness. ..Mur!... the high school keggar...Pink in the finals- 
"Greek Week '98 wooh!!!"...Dieter's room before tailgates.. .Big 
Fun- I'm not a player I just eat a lot."..."Yo Pinkos, you can 
definately make it to AC" ...The Garodmck-Morrison dance.. ."it's 
ether time". ..personal jay's.. .Sir Highgetter...All glocks 
down. .."pass back the superchiller"..."How we doin"... Wayne 
root.. ."that dude's gotta go". .."Bello and McCann-the fugitives- 
"does this belong to you?"...Q in front of his parents at 
tailgates. .."Suck it up.. it's Saturday night". ..Tequila and 
Coke.. ."fire bad!". ..Allendale fireworks-Pinkos down the 
ravine.. .Criv's... "I'm just a simple caveman". ..Erk's birthday 
campfire-sitting in the police station.. .the classy girl from URI- 
"just get your shirts signed". ..Tim Astaire..."Do you have an 
alarm clock?" Chewey and the Nambla sign.. "Hi, what's your 
name?". ...Pretty bird, pretty bird. ..Big Louie.. ."Dei dei enu, dei 
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Hey Buddy, Blatapus, Meathead, Rattail, Gestapo, Una-bomber, 
5 year-old, Guru, C-con, Jack Wild Man, Boxway, The Dali 
Rommi, Wall-Ace, ...Uni's... Pledge Class Picture.. .The hardest 
front 9 ever.. .We lost on Jeopardy.. .Radner Cops. ..Where's 
Grumet? Pissing on Chi Psi's towels.. .Fatty Bobolati... humorous 
weather report.. .F-Penn... Garry Gnu.. .No Gnu's is Good Gnu's... 
The dry lip... "Meet our pledge class president, Perry Blatt." 
...The skittle... Open you're F'in mouth... What's my name...F the 
big skirt... P-nut, Sumas... Let's Kidnap Shahidi, Hooray for us 
and F you... Fear.. .Carlucci; James and the Giant Peach... Getting 
shady: Club 20.. .Hi-oH... Tailgate Fever. ..doin' the dishes.. The 
Fiji curse.. .Treats.. .Cold dorm wrestling/hockey.-.Wally how's 
your head?... High rent Low rent.. .Wet Pockets and Keith 
Bockus...Why do they call him Box. ..What's Giles doing under 
the table?... There's only one rule... "The end"...Sweetdick's 
Turkey Trot.. .Hooray for us and Psi U... .Purple Haze on the pool 
table. ..Saturday morning films... Freedom Rock 5. ..Crazy 
horse.. .No better cure for snoring than ammonia. ..Drink your 
water worms.. .Snake bite kit.. .the dirt. .Peaches for Seen. ..We're 
cold, can we go first? ...The Mexican Party.. .Giles get out of my 
room.. .Blue Collar Seniors. ..Heaven and 

Hell. ..80's... Hollywood. ..James. ..Seen got left behind. ..Pissin' in a 
jail cell, the longest police report in B&W history... Meat heads vs. 
Long hairs. ..Mustard vs Mayo. ..RUHI... Brother Party, Elf and 
Naked Reigndeer ... Jasper County Jail..., Jake Ace, Cake, Euro 
Crutches.... 222 East Fifth????. ..Lucci's car on blocks ... 
Mrs.Trinkle... remember Neverland... 200 cup... President 
Bolger..."I don't know how? I counted them myself". ..Mardi 
Gras... I've got lice... a burning burning rash. ..George Chevalier 
misses his mommy. ...F the democrats. ..Mt. Airy Lodge Bar- 
racks... The Purple embezzler. ..sex talks with V... Luigi 
FijL.Manswell, the best steward ever.. The Brawl.. .The Hut...Frat 
Duty... Fiji Island. ..Squirters...Jamake-Ace...Seener, who's got the 
keys to my beemer?...wild teet dogs... The captain of the Indigo.. 
the blender.. .Roache's stereo.. The drink doctor.. .The funnel 
bar.. .Respect.. .fruits fruits. ..If I may Sundays from the 
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Crew (Greg, House, Devlin) in effect. . . George 
(Poopy) in Fred's bed. . . Franchina (lose the 
goat) I'm tired, lets go to bed. . . JBaer doesn't 
want to leave. . . Bat-hatch toilet. . . Captain A- 
hole passes the torch. . . Greg, now Devlin's 
room really is yours. . . Fire Marshal Noon, 
don't drive Sober. . . Boob Hendrix, lose the 
guitar. . . House saran wrapped Bob. . . Ultra 
Tim Fast in Manhattan. . . 5:00am party in Fred's 
room. . . Joe, take Boob out of your a**. . . The 
Big J. . "I DON'T LIKE YOU"-JBaer. . . Sniggy 
and the choco tacos. . .Adam-'T'm not only the 
Hair Club President, I'm also a member. . . 
CDay, dont' talk so much. . . No more MEAN 
GENE. . . 1/4 Mancuso. . . Adam, Fred, and Tom 
on the Blue Moon weekend. . . Andy and his a 
fetish. . . FTJ. . . we really do put beer in our 
cereal. . . Tim and the Troll . . . Five in the game, 
happy Fun is back. . . Congratulations to Keith, 
Rich, Dave, Cory, John, Pete, (maybe next year 
Daby), Good Luck!!!. . Later Devlin, Franchina, 
Tim, Fred, and Tony (Thanks a lot)!!! Maybe 
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Dis-Appropriate. . . NNNice!! Chicken-Burrito. . . 
Spankie in the da house. . . F-Joe! Proper eye protection 
required when entering the MasterBatorium. . . Ryan's 
got the 'deer in the headlights stare' again. . . hey, Wile E. 
caught another road runner. . . Salsssa! Gogick and his 
mad chicks. . . He pulled a Carlini. . . Kick A**! What's 
up T. P. . . . Tela Tubby. . Sexo en la playa. .. There's a 
little girl in the room! Ding Ranch Dressing. . . Happy 
naked hour. . . Boooosh. . Pot, Kettle; you do the math. . . 
Sploosh vs. Thwack. . . He's a keg with legs. . . They put 
cars in my leaves. . . Butter. . . Beef Cake! Wah Wah 
Wah Wah, Perrone is still a moron. . . So Johnson, when's 
the wedding?. . . I'm never drinking again. . . M-E-X-I-C- 
A-N. . . Checking E-mail. . White Ranger. . . Dinner and 
a movie first! The B*tc@ told me she loved me! 
WOMEN ARE EVIL. . . Spank me I've been a bad boy.. . 
Liquid evil. . . Clovis— Go Home! I slept on the floor. . . 
She shaves every day! .. . . Pledge social! Oh Yeah. . . A 
little from column A, a little from column B. . . But it's 
RUSS. . . Hide your babies, Peck is coming. . . Mondo 
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Yo Senecal, can I get your number? You love the Head! You 
love the Hocher! You love NK! Spatula!!! Just give me a chance. 
Who put on that devil music. . . RAY! Ferhn Ferhn. You're on 
our sh*t boat now. What's a booze cruise? It's a cruise . . .with 
booze man! Alcohol is like a time machine for romance. Kick it 
up a notch! Goldtoe. Real, toll booth. Uh, I think we're all out 
of milk. Teeman, you're awful quiet back there, F you Scanlon! 
Schmoopy. Sweiss in leather suit. Call me the shadow. He's on 
my squad! GUJ! GUJ! Let's not get addicted to it, let's just do it. 
I'll beat you like a red headed step child. Na-na Na-na! Reno. 
Kalicka? Do you smell what the Rock is cooking? Rehab's for 
quitters. You're the period, I'm the comma. FSB. Rockman in 
Miami. The queen presents... It's not nice to point, Quang! Over 
the lips, through the teeth, drink that Schlitz, Pete. 
Edelman>Cosmo>Head>la Cabassa. Gravy Train. Is that 
Kosher? Don't worry Rock, I'll be your daddy. I'm glad that 
blond kid passed out, I couldn't take five more minutes of that. 
Roxanne. Cadence. Schecky. Vacation. You guys suck! Get out 
of my house (chase ensues). Welcome to the machine. You love 
that s**t. Renaut's subway card. Now give us a dollar. Orange 
club soccer shirt. Real on the phone-'nuff said. I love you. . . I 
love you too. . . ahhh. "I was just tickling her." Beta class. . . get 
a life. Delta pledge class represent. Z on your D. 0.0, good 
semester, Bert. We got geese. I need a girl like that, you know, 
one who can put sentences together-and stuff like that. At 
Rutgers (fill in the blank). I didn't think so. I was bored, so I 
decided to push it down the hill. Kass' Jeopardy. Theta Xi air 
band, Vinnie on the bus. Get the nude dudes out of my room. 
Poltrock's peep show (Rosen's room). Jarrett doesn't have a 
middle name. Scanlon's sound effects, hey, what are you doin? 
The gelatinous one. Vesace. . . you spent how much on that 
watch? The creed is where its at. Houston's a big place. I just 
want it! Former Yankee. Summer and the CW. Whaaat? KASS' 
ROOM! Games for the purple man. . . Whooooo. . . we don't do 
that organic stuff. . .dinner at six, it's done by four. Balrog. 
Those Europeans and their tissues. Hi, I'm the door; I have the 
same GPA as Bert. Out the window. Do the James meets Randy 
meets Rose. Towsen St. Conclave. The Golden Phone. I did it for 
the kids because they're the future. 















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Another year and where has the time gone? The past year has 
been, of course sketchy, unforgettable and a learning experience all 
at the same time. Here are just a few experiences and things to 
remember from Sigma Chi '98-'99, Back to school at Jimmy's and 
Bla-Bla's, Toga Party, Ol' Dirty's Pot O' Dirt, What if Gopen....! 
paintball war, late night barbecues, Best 'Tails on the Hill, the 
BEAR at tailgates, date parties, formals, Larry's Indian, The Chef 
(Michele, you're the bomb!), Beach parties, The Beirut God's 
Horny-Horny-Horny, No TV, No Vacuum, Muff Dance II (Wade & 
Deery), Problems, Problems, Problems, Tekken3 & Bond , Club 
NYC-Roxy, Tunnel & Ecstasy, "Drink Pu**y, I am the Beirut 
god!!!," "Excuse me you can leave now my husband's back. . . ," "I 
can go the rest of the night, just stand me up!!". Pinching nugs in 
the Wolf Den, Cervecas in the Blue Room, make like a tree and go 
to Nate's Room, the Judge, Cap my . . .! white trash night at WWF, 
Larry's Indian exchange student, J-E-T-S Jets-Jets-Jets — Shut up! JC 
miss u much, "What r Putz and Gopen doing down there? Dino's 
back again? Can I bum a smoke 1 P-Funks, Spiffy=Beirut God, 
Koby's stage diving, fire box breaking, floor sliding antics, 
Shnowser tossin' salads, DJ Perm, Guydano Rodrigo, DR, TK, JM, 
TP at the gym, Sideburns, Club Lax, Caputo's switch finally 
worked, Synio & the Head=Dysfunctional Mom and Dad, The 
Death Star, Sketchy Mike. . . Sketchy!!, Amishman, STD a.k.a. silent 
Dave, delicious Aloysius, Pornstar, Philly, Boyd 80% alcohol, 
Deery+Symo=Shamless, JJ : aaahh...aaahh?!?, Dre Day, Wade's 
GofO Stories, Larry and Koby's snowboard excursion: sorry Larry, 
Swords (Supes?), "Swords have you seen them. . . Deez Nutz!!!" C- 
Sholtz took the nook! Now welcome the intruder, 'stones (Key- 
stone), hotels without fire drills, big-little night. . . "aahhh what 
happened?" Unforgettable Spring Break in Key West and Miami 
unforgettable SB w/RJ, DC. BM, DR, KS, JM, WK, TK!!! Well its 
been a hell of a year and we all can't wait for the next one. See 
vail later !! In hoc bros! 







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Unrivaled funk of Jerky's room, tell me 
sherman, how was she? the pimp palace and 
the spider web. The evil drew. Jasmine, dirty 
old man, hooded warrior, hospital trips! Out- 
door band party. Jaws is on the 5 year plan. 
Flamming grill. Tell the band to turn down the 
volume. Why don't you try the side door? 
Full occupancy, what, no singles anymore? 
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powered CT. Do your pooh Rudy. The ball 
and chain? Eyor down under. Mardi gras 80s 
party. We are the champions— Softball RE- 
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1. Moon Boots! 

2. Thank you, come again! 

3. UMass! 

4. Just take it like a man; stick it in your mouth and hope it fits. 

5. Big brother Alexis! 

6. Statistical Stan. 

7. I'm diesel! 

8. There's a rumbling in the clouds! 

9. Skids /Squirts. 

10. Who wants to get some Phillipino hookers? 

11. Driving straight is really hard. 

12. S & B the way it should be! 

13. Beware of the shocker. 

14. Come and get your love! 

15. You've got to punch it before you munch it. 
16. 1 didn't do it! 

17. If I ever overdose, cover me in liqour, beat me up, throw me in the 
street and tell my parents that I was hit by a car," Graf. 

18. Rated PG -Pokey and Gumby 

19. "R-Train, cho-cho!" -Sofranko. 

20. "It takes me 3 or 4 games to get rid of the shakes," Rummel. 

21. Rummel in the Bronx! 

22. Carol-Lee. 

23. "Rumsey" 

24. Phillips the village idiot. 
25.The Votral - Phillips Award. 

26. Take out the trash Testa! 

27. "Old man Petrus." 

28. If you can't remember the previous night, you know it has been a 
good night. 

29. Meister - Chow! 

30. 1 can't even conceptualize the fact that I'm driving right now! 
31. 1 hope my hands are still there. 

32. Sherante. 

33. "All that I did was plant it, and it grew." 

34. "Little Johnny." 

35. I'm all about home runs. 

36. ISS "I steal Sh*#t" (car rim). 

37. Testa's bag of wine; I hope I can marry a girl named Franzia 

38. Let the music get us home- "send in the clowns". 

39. "Family"Family" 

40. Don't strangle me! 

41. 1 would take a bullet for you. 

42. "Dear old Fraternity..." 

43. Great to be a Sig Ep! 



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"Jump in the Theta Chi hot tub-those guys like to 

party. "-Steve Saunders 

"Some days I play well, some days my a$$ stinks. "- 

BWP '98 

"Chris. ..this is not what I expected!"-Tsekit 

"I'm in trouble, I have a hundred miles to go and I 

only have a six pack!" -BWP '98 

"If you ain't peeling white, you ain't peeling right!"- 

BWP '98 

"You're hooking up with me, you don't have a 

choice!"-BWP '98 

"Are you cruising, are you snoozing, or are you booz- 

ing?"-BWP '98 

G-E-E-E-Eee-Eeeyee-K 

We'd like to thank some of our supporters: Bernie 

Lomax, Doc Holiday, Lonewolf, Fat Glen and Bern. 

We wouldn't have made it without you guys. 

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Theta Delt '99 Edition: Graduating Seniors include 
Audemars, Bird, Dag-low, HOS Jr., Ron, Mumbles, 
DicerGun, Shoe (finally), Hands and Headlock. 

Memories of a Part Time Student, Full Time Piece: Trips 
to Toronto, Philly, Greensboro, and Omie Deut within a 
two-month span; The trilogy of Sockman, The Return of 
Sockman and Sockman Strikes Again; Hot tub and slides 
in the basement; The Adventures of Dawg and ShedBoy; 
Cedar Crest must really be east; BOO-YEAH!; Pissing in 
bed many times over; Myah, nyah, nyah!; The classic 
noir films "A#sPoppers" and "The Temple of Poon"; 
Stooge dance and the Irish jig; Who's going deep? Phil 
is!; Piece of Schmidt; the mysteries of Pong and Zoom!; 
bargain shopping at Wal-Mart; public drunkenness; the 
classic dressup the flagpole; DiceGame; Those damn 
desks in the morning; Iron Goose; Porn; Scholarship 
program; Evil Ron and Goose Ron; Minelli in the morn- 
ing; Nu Deut traveling Beruit squad; stealing the shrimp; 
Hermit boy and the broken dresser; barricades; cart; the 
Penn State boys are pieces!; Pi Phi in your eye; Miller; 
Olympics and the Beastathalon; Shhh! Shhhh!; Settar and 
the upstairs toilet; Singing songs! Skins; Faile's gonna 
hit another pedestrian; Das Fuhrer; McPiece; New York 
style Hotdog; Sound investments; Freaky Downes; 
Putting the "L" in; Cleaning the fridge; Bomb and Don's 
piece trunk; Slick ass!; Audemars finally hooks up!; 8 
a.m. wake-up calls; LOAD-ED!; Crosswords; Alfafa, 
Chins, Chochi, Guns, Morning Glory, Skipper, Too Tall, 
Chief Peice, Posh, Sketchy, Sporty, Gizzy Watching, 
Shorty, Tina, Ds, DDs, and Crocodile DunDDs, Stone 
cold, 57 Variety, Ice Princess, PegDice, The Wookie, Sac- 
ette, Butch, ManGirl, East German Swimmer, soft serve, 
DEep, going Samoan; Is Sac ever moving from the 
couch? Freebies; Rho-ads; Quitting crew for the house; 
Crappy pledge tables; the half-Pipe; Motels; Landscap- 
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After four years filled with good times and bad times, the senior 

class of 1999 would like to say GOODBYE. As we leave, there is 

no doubt in our minds that we go away a little wiser, a bit more 

destructive, and take with us some of the BEST "ruit" skills this 

house has ever seen. But.. .before our time ends, we would like 

to say a few words to the six (oh wait seven -sorry Leo) seniors 

graduating in May of 1999. 

Scotty: Just lose it big guy, and we're not talking about the 

pounds, buy some pants, no anger management. ..a Pittsburgh 

norm, WWF & Titanic. .sweet life. 

Smith: Quit laughing you geek and get a real haircut Ornish 

Boy, you are undoubtedly doomed to a life of debits & credits, I 

swear I'll hit someone, "someday", jungle fever in Syracuse, 

Marilyn Manson must have gotten the better genes in the family. 

Killea: Knife+Lax Game+Greek Week=Several Stitches, Ejax/ 

Hotty/Fatty K/LQ...what a shameful career! Hey guys, what's 

the spread, Dad can I borrow some money?, Hopefully you'll 

get more playing time on the club team. 

Gavin: Who and where are you?, Suffered from a rare case of the 

Napoleon Complex, Squirrel kids. ..JAMMER forever!!!! 

Dawkins: "Oh God Al, there's #?!@ in my bed!", Career fighting 

record of 2-18-1 with an astounding 18 KO's 2nd only to Killea in 

distinguished lax careers, A lipper, Magnum, and USA today. ..J- 

Dog's three best buddies, Crack whore and Shark Jaws.. .enough 

said. 

Purdy: "Get your own damn girlfriend!", For $34, 1 heard that 

piss tastes really good with ice, In the road of life, be sure to 

watch out for those "speedbumps". 

Leo: No future and hopefully only one more year of college, 

"Montclair homies are the laziest!" 



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The 17 Deadly Sins of Zeta Psi 
Itsky- Mediocrity: Low standards=high numbers 
Plow- Envy: Everyone wants a tripod 
JD- Polygram: 4 years, 4 wives 

Ick- Compulsion: Come and hang out, make a mess and he'll 
pout 

Ack- Greed: Stocks on the head, blood on the bed 
Sly- Infiltration: Moshi-moshi, Slipper-doo 
Sedermyer- Sloth: If sleep were a major 
El Martin- Gluttony: Soccer's out, sandwiches are in 
BK- Wrath: Just add alcohol 
Cam- Jealousy: Country club hero, athletic zero 
Dr. Laver- Purity: Came in as Poland Spring, leaves as helicopter 
king 

Fowl Ball- Hostility: Just squash it, Old School 
Grease- Pride: Nice ass, now put it away 
Bear- Gyration: His hoedown needs to slow down 
SKamin- Emphvsema: Worlds only non-smoker's cough 
Tits- Overkill: PO Box 24-7 Linderman 
Mintv- Lust: For the MLS 

Don't forget... Airband and dance contest debacles. ..Pied Piper by 
Megadeth...Hot Iron parties.. .Spring Fest...Zeta Dry.. .Pledge 
Dorkman...BK's appendicitis. .Tailgates. ..Naked beer 
slides.. .Goosey Gander.. The Bomb Revisited. ..Bid acceptance 
night-3rd floor bathroom. ..Chili cheese dogs...Yo! Ick down 
under. ..Euro Ack, Euro Laver, Euro Kamin...Euro Dorman, Euro 
Prossner, Euro Ick.. .the Asian Invasion.. .Portinsky for 
formals...BK 4 for formals... Casting day...Zetes hoops court, 
horse, most forgiving rim. ..Kitchen flys, kitchen 
condemnation. ..Jetport incident... Your Welcome Inn, Leon's, 
The Ho... Bear vs. Phi Delt... Zetes vs. DPhi beirut..."Shot in the 
Eye, Broken wing, Still got a huge..." Directed by Glick, starring 
Laver... Nassau Beach, Crystal Palace, Earl, lErshen, whoda, 
Jerome, Coctails and Grenades, pre-partv copters, JMU, West 
Chester... Zetes needs dates...Shocker F.Y.O.P... Cam & little 
Dorman... I'll knock your fronts out... showers... Don't try to 
reason with them they're not reasonable people... You boys in a 
Frat-ternity, you ever heard of the cracked out Gilligan?... 
Tuesday night bowling, team hook... Dorman's hammock... 
Atomic Blue, the spicy blue cheese... Dan's shower... KOI... 
Uuuhhuuuhhhuuuhhuuuhh..The fatter I get, the more I hook 
up... Paint ball, Zach's injury... darts... the pink Polo, the sleeve- 
less plaid shirt and paint stained shorts, the green hooded 
sweatshirt, the tight jeans, the smoking jacket, the towncrafts, the 
Greely t-shirts...Quien es mas macho, senor Fisher o Cameron T. 
low-Key and Old School, short in stature... Prossner's still in the 
tournv top ten lists... Beave, Nino, Don Poppageorgio, Darby, 
Carl K., Phillip Squirrelson, Harvey H... One More Time! 










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We, the seniors of Lehigh University are on the edge of an exciting 



journey. The destination is unknown and the paths are as different as 



our individual dreams and goals. Our time here was spent learning 



and living. Now that time has come to a close and we find ourselves 



looking towards a future full of possibilities. Wlmtever we want we 



will he able to achieve. Whether we have chosen advanced degrees, 



lucrative positions or alternative ways to spend our days, our carefree 



life at Lehigh will be only fond memories. It is now time to prepare 



ourselves for what lies ahead.... Our only limit to what we can achieve 



are the realities we have chosen for ourselves. 



EDITOR 
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Muhammad R. fibas 
Finance 




Ryan L. fibel 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jennifer L fibraham 
Biochemistry 



Shari L fibrams 
Psychology 



Scott B, fickerman 

Business Information 

Systems 




Philip S. fidelman 
history 



Kristine E. fliello 
Computer Engineering 



Muhammad R. Abas - Bethlehem. PA - International Club 

Ryan L. Abel - Scotia. NY - American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
Crew Club -Equipment Manager. Delta Tau Delta.Tau Beta Pi-Treasurer 

Jennifer L. Abraham - Baltimore. MD - Rugby Club, Kappa Alpha 
Thela 

Shari L. Abrams - Fair Lawn. NJ - Alpha Gamma Delta, Hillel Society. 
Omicron Delta Kappa, TALQ. Psi Chi 

Scott B. Ackerman - Baltimore, MD - Phi Kappa Theta. Tennis Team - 
Captain. Information Systems Club - Vice President 

Philip S. Adelman - Verona, NJ - Brown and White. Hillel Society. 
History Club - Vice President/Treasurer. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Alpha 
Theta 

Kristine E. Aiello - Brooklyn. NY 

John D. Aitken - Long Valley, NJ - Investment Club 

Christopher L. Akin - New York. NY - Accounting Club, Economics 
Society, Investment Club. Marketing Club 

Shoaib Alamgir - Karachi. Pakistan 

Christopher J. Albers - East Brunswick. NJ - Golf Club. Marketing 
Club, University Productions 

Claudia G. Albisurez - Flushing, NY 

Robert B. Albro Jr - West Hartford. CT - Economics Society. Gaming 
Club. Investment Club. Theta Chi - Tailgate Chairman 

Benjamin L. Alexander - Camden, DE - Alpha Phi Omega. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. Kappa Kappa Psi. llniversily 
Productions, Marching Band - Staff Assistant. Omicron Delta Kappa 

Charles W. Allen - New York, NY - Alpha Sigma Phi - Vice President/ 
House Manager 

Lauren E. Allu - West Palerson, NJ - Alpha Gamma Delta. Rugby Team 



John D. fiitken 
Accounting, Finance 



Christpoher L. fikin 
Economics 



Shoaib filamgir 
Finance 




Christopher J. filbert 
Marketing 



Benjamin L. Alexander 
Mechanical Engineering 



Claudia G. filbisurez 
Computer Science 



Charles W. fillen 
Mechanical Engineering 



Robert B. filbro Jr 
Economics 




Lauren E. fillu 
Political Science 




Ncdi filmazlinos 
firts Engineer 



Yosi filmazlinos 
Industrial Engineering 



fllicia N. filmeida 
English 




fiudrey T. filoi 
Journalism 



Cindy fl. fllunni 
Biochemistry 



Meghan Andrews 
International Careers 



Nedi Almazlinos - Istanbul, Turkey - Hille] Society, International Club. 
International Relations Club. Taekwando 

Yosi Almazlinos - Istanbul, Turkey - Alpha Pi Mu, H i 1 lot Society, 
Institute of Industrial Engineers, International Club - President. Outing 
Club. Ski Team, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Taekwando 

Alicia N. Almeida - Massapequa, NY - Alpha Omicron Pi. LU Senate, 
Panhellenic Council - Rush Chair, Public Relations St. Society "I 
America, Order of Omega 

Audrey T. Aloi - Welhersl'ield, CT - Alpha Gamma Delta, Brown and 
White. Soccer Team. C.O.A.C.H. Program 

Cindy A. Alunni - Lake Ariel, PA - LU Philharmonic Orchestra - 
President, Residence Hall Association - Secretary, Taylor College - Vice 
President 

Meghan E. Andrews - Mattapoisett, MA - Gamma Phi Beta - 
Corresponding Secretary, international Careers Club 

Sean R. Apgar - Easlon, PA - Phi Gamma Delta 

Luis A. Arcentales - Bethlehem, PA - Alpha Pi Mu. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers, Sailing Club, Soccer Club, Tau Beta Pi 

Lisa M. Armano - North Andover. MA 

Sean E. Armstrong - Cincinnati, OH - Delta Sigma Phi - President/ 
Rush Chairman. WLRV, Lehigh Club Soccer. SMS 

Lazaro L. Arocena III - Philadelphia. PA - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, Asian Cultural Society, Chinese Culture Club. 
Lehigh Christian Fellowship, Anime Eki 

Brian L. Aronson - Port Pcnn, DE - Accounting Club, Kappa Alpha 

Aqueel Asghar - Lahore Punjab, Pakistan - International Club 

Bradley J. Aurand - Middleburg, PA - American Society of Civil 
Engineers - President 

Christopher T. Ayres - Andover, NJ - Alpha Tau Omega, Wrestling 
Team 

Woo J. Baeck - Seoul. Korea - International Club, Korean Students 
Association - President. Soccer Club 




Sean R. flpgar 
Accounting 



Luis 6. fircentales 
Industrial Engineering 



Lisa M. firmano 
Mechanical Engineering 



Sean E. Armstrong 
Materials Science 



Lazaro L. firocena III 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Brian L. fironson 
Accounting 



fiquccl fhghar 
Industrial Engineering 



Bradley ). fiurand 
Civil Engineering 




Christopher T. flyres 
Marketing, Psychology 






Woo J. Baeck 
Finance 



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Jason F. Baer 
Computer Engineering 



Britton fi. Baine 
Architecture 



Brooke H. Bakalar 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology 



Brian M, Baker 
Architecture 



Milana Barbalat 
English, Russian Studies 



Steven R. Barilla 
Industrial Engineering 



Suzanne M. Barnak 
Chemical Engineering 



Tanya Barone 
Psychology 



Jason F. Baer - Princeton Jet, NJ - Phi Sigma Kappa 

Britton A. Baine - Waterford, VA - G.L.A.S.S. - Secretary/Treasurer, 
Global Union 

Brooke H. Bakalar - Highland Park. IL - Delta Gamma, Public 
Relations St. Society of America 

Brian M. Baker - Orefield. PA - Varsity Football, C.O.A.C.H. 
Program, Student- Athlete Council - Executive 

James Y. Ballan - Whitehall. PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, Delta Phi - House Manager/President, Interfrateraity 

Council 

Milana Barbalat - Paramus. NJ - Epitome, National Slavic Honors 
Society 

Steven R. Barilla - Kulpmont. PA - Mustard and Cheese Society, 
Sigma Alpha Mu, Soccer Club - Captain. Student Materials Society. 
Tour Guide. Intramural Supervisor 

Suzanne M. Barnak - Phtston Twp, PA 

Tanya Barone - Doylestown, PA • Swimming & Diving Team. Pi 
Beta Phi - Vice President Moral Advancement, Omicron Delta Kappa 

Katherine M. Bartlett - New Canaan, CT - Marketing Club. 
Investment Club. Best Buddies. International Club 

Hillary S. Bauer - Northbrook, IL - Alpha Chi Omega. Hillel Society 

Sunny L. Bavaro • Hopewell Junction, NY 

Aaron L. Bayard - Wenaiata. NJ - Football Team 

Kelly L. Beam - Bethlehem, PA - Kappa Alpha Theta 

Anne R. Beavers - Sterling. VA - Gryphon Society. Lehigh Christian 
Fellowship - Bible Study Leader/Worship Leader/Executive Team, LU 
Philharmonic Orchestra. Musical Theatre. Wind Ensemble 

Michael A. Bello - Blue Bell. PA 




X. 



Hillary S. Bauer 
Biology 



Sunny L. Bavaro 
English 



Kelly L. Beam 
Finance 



flnnc R. Beavers 
Biology, Music 



James Y. Ballan 
Mechanical Engineering 




Katherine M. Bartlett 
Marketing 




fiaron L. Bayard 
Psychology 




Michael fi. Bello 
Finance 



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Cynthia Beloff 
Mathematics 



Erica S. Beloff 
Chemistry, Marketing 



fimar Benchikha 
Chemical Engineering 




Gregg W. Benedetto 
Accounting 



Andrew M. Bentley 
Biology 



Jennifer L. Berish 
Marketing 



Cynthia Beloff - Tuckerton. NJ - Rugby Club. University Productions 
Treasurer/Membership Coordinator 

Erica S. Beloff - Tuckerton. NJ - Field Hockey. Lacrosse. Club Golf. 
Dean's List. Ja77 Band 

Amar Benchikha - Linden. NJ - Amcriccn Instituc of Chemical 
Engineeers. Philosophy Club. International Partners Program 

Gregg W. Benedetto - West Redding. CT - Indoor Track Team. Outdoor 
Track Team, Phi Delta Theta 

Andrew M. Bentley Silver Spring. MD 

Jennifer L. Berish - Sharon. MA - Marketing Club 

Lisa H. Bernstein - Branchburg. NJ - Crew Club 

Brian D. Beslow - Oradell, NJ - Accounting Club. Chess Club - 
President. Delta Chi - Rush Chairman, College Republicans, Wrestling 
Team 

Christopher P. Bianco - Ramsey. NJ - Accounting Club. Kappa Sigma, 
Rugby Club 

Elizabeth A. Bickford - Roseland, NJ - Crew Club, Progressive Student 
Alliance, Residence Hall Association. WLVR FM 

Ethan C. Biery - Northampton. PA - Association for Computing 
Machinery. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 

Meenakshi Bindal - McLean. VA -Asian Cultural Society. Indian 
Student Association. International Club. International Partners Program - 
Director 

Courtney A. Black - Littleton, CO - Alpha Omicron Pi, American 
Society of Civil Engineers. Chi Epsilon - President. Crew Club. Soccer 
Club. Soccer Team, Society of Woman Engineers.T au Beta Pi - 
Corresponding Secretary 

Elizabeth J. Blanchet - Clifton Park, NY - Alpha Gamma Delta. Choral 
Union. EES Club - President 

Harris A. Bock - Lafayette Hill, PA - Investment Club. Phi Kappa Theta 

Amy R. Bodner - Short Hills. NJ - Alpha Chi Omega. Epitome. Student 
Ambassador 




Lisa H. Bernstein 
Biology 



Brian D. Beslow 
accounting 



Christopher P. Bianco 
accounting 



Elizabeth Bickford 
English 



Ethan C. Biery 
Computer Engineering 




Meenaksh I. Bindal 
Premedical Science 



Courtney fi. Black 
Civil Engineering 



Elizabeth J. Blanchet 
Environmental Sciences 



Harris ft. Bock 
Finance, Marketing 



flmy R. Bodner 
Psychology 



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Ithoucjh it may 110+ look like it in the picture, the future is always 



on the mind of a Lehigh senior, We ace preparing for inter- 

Beware: the real 

views, completing applications and bracing ourselves for the 



reality that is about to Kit us in the face. Whatever path we may 

world is out there.. • 

choose, upon graduation from this university oiw lives ave. going 
to c\\c\nge., whether we are prepared for it of not. These boys 

lurking just around 

from Delts (above), are enjoying their spring break/ but never 



far from their minds is the edge of the rest of their life, only 

the corner 

weeks away. Luckily they did not let this get in the way of then 



vacation recreation and other assorted activities. 

Brothers Pictured Above <L-K> :Jerry Telgheder, Ryan Faulkingham, Justin Genzlinger, S<:vtt Buerkle and Matt Moran. 




William J. Boettger 
Finance 



John C. Bolger 
Finance 



Nathan S. Bonar 
Industrial Engineering 



Christopher K. Bond 
Chemical Engineering 





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Marc W. Boston 
Industrial Enginnering 



Roland J. Bourque 
accounting 



Scott Bollinger 
Chemistry 




Megan C. Bone 
Biology 



William J. Boettger - Dunmorc. PA - Delia Upsilon -President ' \ ice 
President/Secretary 

John C. Bolger - Phoenixville, PA - interfralernity Council. Phi Gamma 
Delia 

Scott J. Bollinger - Nazareth, PA - American Chemical Sot ietj 

Nathan S. Bonar - Cortland, OH - Alpha Pi Mu - Corresponding 
Secretary, Delta Sigma Phi - Treasurer/Steward, Institute of Industrial 

Engineers. Tau Beta Pi 

Christopher K. Bond - Mertztown. PA - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers - Treasurer/Executive Board. Tau Beta Pi 

Megan C. Bone - Doylestown. PA - STAR. Academy.Concert Band. 
Choral Union 

Marc \V. Boston - Dublin. OH 

Roland J. Bourque - Leominster. MA - Accounting Cluh. Chi Phi, Ice 
Hockey 

Guenevere L. Bowman - McKeesport. PA - Kappa Alpha Thela. 
Marketing Club 

Peter M. Bown - Hamden, CT 

Shannon L. Bracken - Pawtucket, RI - Marketing Club. Softball Team - 
Captain, C.O.A.C.H. Program 

Michael S. Bradbury - New Milford, CT - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

Briana C. Brady - Mounlamhome. PA 

Richard R. Brandimarte - Bensalem. PA - Soccer Team 

Daniel M. Braude - Highland Park. IL - Sigma Phi Epsilon - Steward/ 
Founding Father. Hillel Society - Greek Representative, Annex Society • 
Treasurer 

John J. Brayton - Chestertown. MD 



Guenevere L. Bowman 
Marketing 



Peter M. Bown 
Psychology 



Shannon L. Bracken 
Marketing 



Michael S. Bradbury 
Mechanical Engineering 



Briana C. Brady 
EESXoncentration Ecology 



Richard R. Brandimarte 
Finance 




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Daniel M. Braude 
Finance 



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John J. Brayton 
Materials Science 





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fimy E. Bridgemrjn 
Behavioral Heuroscience 



Gregory ]. Bright 
Computer Science 



Samuel K. Brinley 
International Careers 



Seth d. Brodie 
Molecular Biology 



James M. Brom field 
Mechanical Engineering 




Kelly Brown 
Economics 



Christa M. Bruckner 
Finance 



filyssa R. Bucci 
Environmental Sciences 



Caliphe L. Buchanan 
Finance 



Stephen M. Budge 
Finance 



Ami K. Bridgeman - Pennington, NJ 

Gregory J. Bright - Royersford, PA - Gaming Club.WLVR FM 

Samuel K. Brinley - Hamburg. PA - Football Team - Captain 

Seth A. Brodie - Tenafly, NJ - Chi Phi - Rush Chair 

James M. Bromfield - New Berlin. PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Brown and White. Sigma Chi. Soccer Club. Society of 
Automotive Engineers 

Kelly M. Brown - Colls Neck, NJ - College Republicans. Economics 
Society, Pi Beta Phi. Women in Business 

Christa M. Bruckner - Indian Mills. NJ - Alpha Omicron Pi - Chapter 
Relations Ch.nr/ Assistant Rush Chair. Rho Chi. Orientation Leader 

Alyssa R. Bucci - Flourtown, PA - Delta Gamma. Geology Club 

Caliphe L. Buchanan - Bethlehem. PA - Football Team 

Stephen M. Budge - Fairfax Slauon. VA - Chi Psi President, Football 
Team, interfraternity Council 

Scott Buerkle - Montvale, NJ - Delta Tau Delta 

Julia Buonanno - Wadsv. orth. IL 

Molly G. Iturckhardt - Spring City. PA - Broun and White Managing 
Editor Online. Lacrosse Team - Captain 

Nathalie S. Butcher - Easi Aurora. NY - Kappa Alpha Thela. Residence 
Hall Association. Taekwando, I'lu Beta Delia, laccoca Scholars, Swing 
Club - Founder. Global Union, Dravo House- President, Gentian Club - 
President 

Andrew P. Butler - Wilton, CT - American Chemical Society 

Mary F-. Butow - Londonderry. NH - Alert. Alpha Phi Omega - Vice 
President of Service, American Chemical Society. American Institute ol 
Chemical Engineers. Concert Band. Gryphon Society - Vice President, Jaz/ 
Coalition. LU Bible Fellowship. Marching Band. Residence Hall 
i.ilion. WLVR FM 




Scott Buerkle 
Finance 



Julia Buonanno 
Sociology 



Molly G. Burckhardt 
Journalism 




Nathalie S. Butcher 
Finance 



Andrew P. Butler 
Chemistry 



Mary E. Butow 
Music, Chemistry 



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William K. Butter 
Electrical Engineering 



Kevin Calabrese 
Computer Engineering 



Tracy L. Calvin 

Earth and Environmental 

Sciences 




William K. Butter - Vernon. CT - Alpha Phi Omega, Delia Chi, Institute 

of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 

Kevin Calabrese - Bayonne, NJ - Insititutc of Electrical and Ek\ ti 

Engineers. RHA Representative. Dean's Lisi 

Tracy L. Calvin - Stanhope. NJ 

Jason M. Caminiti - Stalcn Island. NY - Accounting Club. International 
Club. Beta Alpha Psi 

Kristi Campbell - South Barrington, IL - Alpha Chi Omega - Vice- 
President Standard Relations. Student Ambassador. Women in Business 

David P. Caputo- Tabernacle, NJ - Inieifraternily Council. Marketing 
Club, Rugby Club, Sigma Chi - President/Pledgcmaster/ Assistant 
Pledgemaster/Public Relations/Social Chairman, Student Advisory 
Council 

Michael T. Carberry - Williston Park, NY - Soccer Team. Epitome, 
Imramurals, Soccer Club 

Scott G. Carlisle - Pittsburgh, PA -Theta Xi. Financial Management 
Association 

Scott C. Carman - Potomac, MD - Public Relations St. Society of 
America 

Steven M. Caroccia - McKeesport. PA - American Chemical Society - 
Treasurer. American institute of Chemical Engineers. Bowling Club - 
President. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Eta Sigma, Peer Tutoring 

Andrew D. Carroll - Centerbrook. CT 

Deirdre A. Carroll - Poughkeepsie, NY - Pi Beta Phi - Rush Chair/ 
Special Assessments Chair.Public Relations St. Society of America. Sexual 
Health Peer Educator.Tour Guide 

Jamie R. Carter • Aspen. CO - Alpha Gamma Delta. Women in Business 

Michael S. Cascino - Parsippany, NJ - Investment Club.Theta Delta Chi 

Benjamin H. ( 'ashman • Stowe, VT - LU Mountain Bike Club - 
President 

Debra A. Chadvtick - Rutherford. NJ - Marketing Club. Volleyball Team. 
Woman in Business 




Michael T. Carberry 

Accounting 



Scott G. Carlisle 
Finance 



Scott C. Carman 
Public Relations 



Steven M. Caroccia 
Chemical Engineering 



Andrew D. Carroll 
accounting 




Deirdre fl. Carroll 
Psychology 



Jamie R. Carter 
Finance 




Michael S. Cascino 
Finance 




Benjamin H- Cashman 

Earth and Environmental 

Sciences 



Debra fl. Chadwick 
Finance 



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Donald R. Chaplin 
Finance 



Jessica Cheerman 
Psychology 



Daiwen Chen 
Chemistry 



Huei-Shan Chen 
Computer Science 



Robert L. Chessin 
Finance 




Alice E. Chin 
architecture 



Loredana Chiodi 
Music 



Temra B. Chodosh 
Accounting 



Ja-Un Choi 
Finance 



Shirley Choy 
accounting. Management 



Donald R. Chaplin - Blairstown, NJ - Baseball Team. Investment Cluh. 
Dean's List 

Jessica S. Cheerman - Meriden, CT - Alpha Chi Omega - Communica- 
tions/Alumni Vice President. Hillell Society 

Daiwen Chen - Bethlehem. PA 

Huei-Shan Chen Mountain Top. PA - STAR. Chinese Culture Club. 
Asian Cultural Societ) 

Robert L. Chessin - Wayne . NJ - Theta Chi - Steward. Beta Gamma 
Sigma. Investment Cluh. Ski Team.WLVR FM 

Alice E. Chin - Ardsley. NY - Asian Cultural Society - Vice President 
Chinese Culture Cluh. WLVR FM - Disc Jockey 

Loredana Chiodi - Tenafly. NJ - Sexual Health Peer Educator. Tour 
Guide. Student Ambassador. Best Buddies. Lehigh Liners. TALQ. Pi Beta 
Phi 

Temra B. Chodosh • Piano, TX - Alpha Chi Omega - Vice President of 
Finance. Peer Tutor. Student Ambassador 

Ja-Un Choi - Jisandong.Sooseonzzu Tae-GU. - Korean Students 
Association, Korean Students Club 

Shirley Choy - Corona. NY - Chinese Culture Club - Secretary, Asian 
Cultural Society 

Kathryn T. Chrnelich - West Trenton, NJ - Soccer Team. COACH 
Program. Senior Class Gift - Co-Chairperson oi Publicity. Women's Soccer - 
Captain 

Brian P. Cipolletti - Wayne. NJ - Sigma Phi Epsilon. Soccer Club, Roller 
Hockey Club 

Chane D. Clark - Hillside. NJ - National Society of Black Engineers 

Elizabeth A. Clark - York. PA - Dean's List, Student Ambassador 

Trisha M. Clark - Holbrook, NY - Field Hockey Team. Student Athletic 
Council 

Victoria L. Clark - Moorestown, NJ - History Club. Delta Gamma - 
Philanthropy Chairperson/Social Chairperson 





Kathryn T. Chrnelich 
International Relations 



Brian P. Cipolletti 
Finance 



Chane D. Clark 
Computer Engineering 




Elizabeth fl. Clark 

Earth S Environmental 

Science, and Political 

Science 



Trisha M. Clark 

Psychology.Political 

Science 



Victoria L. Clark 
History 
















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Steven R. Cloves 
Materials Science 



Erie fi. Clement 
History 



Kimberiy Clemente 
Finance, Marketing 



Joshua fi. Cline 

Political Science, 

Journalism 



Joleen R. Codner 
Materials Science 




filexis Cohen 
Computer Engineering 



Dory L. Cohen 

Social Relations,Political 

Science 



Jared D. Cohen 
Materials Science 



Steven R. Colello 
Mechanical Engineering 



Danielle M. Collins 
Marketing 



Steven R. Claves - Staten Island. NY - Alpha Phi Omega • Vice President 
Fellowship /Historian .Kappa Kappa Psi, Lehigh Christian Fellowship. Marching 
Band. Pep Band. Student Materials Society - Treasurer, Tau Beta Pi - Initiation 
Coordinator. University Productions.WLVR FM 

Eric A. Clement - New Rochelle, NY - Baseball Team 

Kimberiy Clemente - Shrewsbury. NJ - Alpha Chi Omega. Investment Club. 
Women in Business 

Joshua A. Cline - Randolph. MA - College Democrats, Hillel Society. Public- 
Relations St. Society of America, Ski Team, University Productions. Students 
Against Violence. Senior Class Gift - Publicity Chair. Peer Mentor lor Learning 
Drsabled Students - Co-founder. Student Society of America - Public Relations/ 
Events Chair 

Joleen R. Codner - Londonderry, NH - Gymnastics Club - Vice President. 
International Club. Society of Women Engineers. Society of Manufacturing 
Engineers. Student Materials Society 

Alexis Cohen - Highland Park. IL - Association for Computing Machinery. Hillel 
Society- President'lnstitute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Pi Beta Phi. 
Society of Women Engineers. Women in Business. Student Ambassadors 

Dory L. Cohen - Rockville Ctr. NY - Alpha Phi. Best Buddies 

Jared D. Cohen - Woodbndge. CT - Hillel Society. Investment Club. MBA 
Association, Sailing Club. Student Materials Society. Tour Guide 

Steven R. Colello - Morrisville. PA - Interfratermty Council. Kappa Alpha - 
President 

Danielle M. Collins - Maryland, NY - Gamma Beta Phi. Soccer Team - Captain. 
Senior Class Gift. C.O.A.C.H.. Phi Beta Delta, International Honors Society 

Kelsey L. Collins - Franklin Lakes. NJ - Delta Gamma - Rituals. Public Relations 
Student Society of America, Peer Mentor Program 

Tyler H. Collins - Rye. NY - American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Society 
of Manufacturing Engineers. Aikido. Society of Automotive Engineers 

Maryann R. Comarnitsky - Hummelstown. PA - Alpha Pi Mu - President. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. Society of Women Engineers. Tau Beta Pi. 
Taekwando. Iacocca Scholar. Industrial Engineenng Council. Phi Eta Sigma 

Jennifer L. Conigliaro - Bay Shore. NY - Senior Class Secretary, Alpha Omicron 
Pi, Order of Omega. Panhellenic Judicial Board Chair. Rho Chi 

Joshua Cormier - Beverly. MA - American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
Outing Club. United States Marine Corps Officer Candidate 

Sarah F. Cornell - Williamsburg. VA - Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
s, Rugby Club, Society of Women Engineers -Treasurer, Tau Beta Pi 




Kelsey L. Collins 
English 



Tyler H. Collins 
Mechanical Engineering 



Maryann R. Comarnitsky 
Industrial Engineering 




Jennifer L. Conigliaro 
Biology 




Joshua Cormier 
Mechanical Engineering 



Sarah F. Cornell 
Electrical Engineering 





Jonathan Cottone 
Marketing 



Melissa Cottone 
Molecular Biology 



Kristin* ]. Cozza 
Psychology 




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John M. Craun 
English 



Tammy Cressman 
accounting 



Kristen J. Crooks 
Behavioral Neuroscience 



Jonathan Cottone - Chevy Chase. MD - Brown and While. Hillel Society, 
Marketing Club. Phi Kappa Thela - Rush Chairman 

Melissa Cottone - West lshp. NY Biology, ( Hub-Green, Student 

Ambassadors. TAI Q 

Kristine J. Cozza - Rye, \Y - Alpha Chi ( hnega President, Dancin' - 
Secretary, Panhellimc Counci - President. Order of Omega 

John M. Craun - Newton. [A - Indoor Traek Team. Lehigh Christian 

Fellowship. Outdoor Traek Team. Tau Beta Pi, WLVR FM. Fellowship ol 
Christian Alhletes 

Tammy M. Cressman - Easton. PA 

Kristen J. Crooks - Darby. PA - Choral Union.Concert Band.Lehigh for 
Life.LC Choir, Marching Band, Pep Band, Habitat for Humanity Campus 
Chapter - President. 

Broderick C. Crosland - Wilton, CT - Jazz Ensemble. Kappa Sigma - 
Vice President/Grand Procurator, Marketing Club, lnterfraternal Judicial 
Committee, 

Gavin Curley - Rumson, NJ - Mustard and Cheese Soeiety.Theta Xi - 
Social Officer 

Melissa M. D'Agostino - Saddle River. NJ - American Society of Ch il 
Engineers - Treasurer. Epitome - Associate Editor. Rugby Team - Captain 

Jeffrey E. Dalian - Potomac. MD - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Kappa Alpha - Recording Secretary 

Lise Dahl - Morristown. NJ - Phi Beta Delta .College Scholar Program. 
Rugby Team 

Kathryn L. Daley - Winchester. MA - Accounting Club. Kappa Alpha 
Theta - New Member Educator/ Vice President of Finance 

Krista M. Dalski - Simsbury. CT 

Jessica Damore - Rochester. NY - LU Philharmonic Orchestra 

Susan Daniel - Pipers\ ille. PA - American Chemical Society.Americun 
Institute of Chemical Engineers - President. Society of Women Engineers, 
lacocca Scholar. 

Nathan \V. Dauchy - Amherst. MA - Ultimate FnsbeeTeam - Captain. 
Mustard and Cheese Society - Secretary 




Broderick C. Crosland 
Marketing 



Gavin Curley 
Political Science 



Melissa M. D'figostino 
Civil Engineering 



Jeffrey E. Dahan 
Mechanical Engineering 



Lise Dahl 
International Relations 






UMmd 



Kathryn L. Daley 
Accounting 



Krista M. Dalski 
Finance 



Jessica Damore 
Industrial Engineering 



Susan Daniel 
Chemical Engineering 



Nathan W. Dauchy 
Computer Engineering 



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filbert J. Davis 
Electrical Engineering 



Todd P. Davis 
Mechanical Engineer 



Norman S. Davison 
Industrial Engineering 



Jason P. Dawkins 
Accounting 



Jill S. Dawson 
architecture 




Joelle M. Dawson 
Journalism 



Scott E. Dawson 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jacquelyn Day 
Psychology 



Christina De Chiaro 
Accounting 



Albert J. Davis - Ashland, PA - Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers 

Todd R Davis - Beachvvood. NJ - Lehigh Christian Fellowship. Society of 
Automotive Engineers. Mountain Bike Club. Sigma Chi 

Norman S. Davison - Stone Mountain, GA - Football Team. Indoor Track 
Team, Institute of Industrial Engineers, Outdoor Track Team, C.O.A.C.H.. 
Big Brother Big Sister 

Jason P. Dawkins - Englewood. CO - Theta Xi 

Jill S. Dawson - Erial, NJ - Gryphon Society. Ultimate Frisbee - Secretary 

Joelle M. Dawson - Garfield, NJ - Brown and White. Concert Band.Jazz 
Ensemble. Marching Band. Public Relations St. Society of America. Softball 
Team 

Scott E. Dawson - Havertown. PA - Psi Upsilon - Treasurer/Rush Chairman/ 
Social Chairman 

Jacquelyn S Day - Roswell, GA - LU Senate - Publicity Chair.Delta 
Gamma, Panhellenic Judicial Board. 

Christina DeChiaro - Westhamplon, NY - Tae Kwon Do - Treasurer. Rugby 

Amy L. DeFilippi - Tenafly. NJ - Delta Gamma 

Connie D. Demoyer - Arnold. MD - Alpha Oinicron Pi - Philanthropy Chair, 
American Society of Civil Engineers. American Water Resources 
Assoctation.Chi Epsilon, Society of Women Engineers. Tau Beta Pi - Vice 
President. Phi Beta Kappa 

John M. Desmarais - Tewksbury. MA - Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineers. University Productions - President. Wrestling Team. Student 
Ambassador.Orientation Leader. OCA - Treasurer 

Jeffrey D. Detwtler - Bedford, PA - Lambda Chi Alpha - Social 
Chair.Amencan Society of Civil Engineers 

VanEssa L. Devett - Millmont. PA - Choral Union. Lehigh Christian 
Fellovvship.Lehigh University Choir, Habitat for Humanity. Gospel Choir - 
Director. 

Scott M. Devlin - Cornwall, NY - Alpha Pi Mu. Institute of Industrial 
Engineers. Phi Sigl i Kappa - Treasurer 



Erin M Dicke 



Kennett Sq, PA - American Chemical Society. 



flmy Defilippi 
Sociology/ Social Psychol- 
ojxL. 




Connie D. Demoyer 
Civil Engineering 



John M. Desmarais 
Electrical Engineering 



Jeffrey D. Detwiler 
Civil Engineering 




VanEssa L. Devett 
Music 



Scott M. Devlin 
Industrial Engineering 



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Erin M. Dickens 
Mathematics. Chemistr 





Emily E. Dietrich 
English 



Scott T. Dietz 
Accounting 



fillison S. Diliberto 
English 




Sara fi. Director 
Political Science 



Joseph J. Dispoto 
English, Political Science 



Timothy M. Doherty 
Finance 



Emilj E. Dietrich - Savonburg. PA - Alpha Phi Omega. Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship 

Scott T. Dietz - Laconia, Ml - Delta Tau Delta 

Allison S. Diliberto - Harrington Pk. NJ - Alpha Chi Omega. 
Frisbee Club. Geology Club. SALSA 

Sara A. Director - Glen Cove, NY - Alpha Phi. History Club, Pre- 
Law Society - Secretary 

Joseph J. Dispoto - Lodi, NJ - Alpha Phi Omega. Deans List. Pre- 
Law Society 

Timothy M. Doherty - Ridgewood, NJ - Interfraternity Council. 
Investment Club. Lacrosse. Phi Sigma Kappa • President 

Christopher M. Dombrowski - Port Jervis, NY - American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers. University Productions. WLRV FM 

Laura J. Dombrowski - Contoocook. NH - American Society of 
Ciul Engineers. Chi Epsilon. Omicron Delta Kappa. Tau Beta Pi. Phi 
Beta Kappa. Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Gamma Delta - Risk Manager 

Karen T. Doris - Setauket. NY - Outdoor Track Team - Captain. 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

John W. Dorman - Holden. MA - Beta Alpha Psi. Soccer Club, Zeta 
Psi 

Travis L. Doto - Nazareth. PA - Investment Club. Wrestling Team 

Michael A. Dotsey - Clearfield. PA 

Joshua C. Doverspike - Ringgold. PA - Alpha Pi Mu - Treasurer. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. Society of Manufacturing Engineers 

Erik M. Drange - Litchfield, MN - Mountain Biking Club, Student 
Materials Society. Wrestling Team. Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

Andrew G. Duffy - Southampton. PA - Theta Chi 

Mark D. Dufresne - Bethlehem. PA - Wrestling Team 




Christopher M. Dombrowski Laura ]. Dombrowski 

Mechanical Engineering civil Engineering 



Karen T. Doris 
anthropology 



John W. Dorman 
accounting 



Travis L. Doto 
Finance 




Michael fi. Dotsey 

Architecture, Mechanical 

Engineering 



Joshua C. Doverspike 
Industrial Engineering 



Erik M. Drange 
Materials Science 



Andrew G. Duffy 
Industrial Engineering 






Mark P. Dufresne 
Electrical Engineering 



GHAU1AH--S353 







Studious Seniors Daniel Braude and Heidi Wachs enjoy themselves at the tailgates 

that make Lehigh famous. Tailgates are a time to relax and forget about the stresses 

that the real world will provide in just a years time. While some recent graduates can 

always be seen, they are never able to regain the same carefree attitude. However. 

don't think these two are all about fun and games. It is. after all. the Senior's duty to 

show the underclassmen how to thoroughly enjoy the experience. 




Mark DuMoulin 
firchitecture.Civil Engi- 
neering 



Trevor H- Earlc 
Biology 



Kenneth C. Ebcrts 
Materials Science 




Rey F Echevarria 
Art 



David R. Eckroth 
Finance 



Christine Economou 
Psychology 



Mark DuMoulin - Lindenhursi, NY - Delta S President 

Trevor H. Earle Longboat Key, If 1ml > i 
Track Team - Captain, Sigma Nu 

Kenneth C. Eherts - Westfield, NJ 

Rey F. Echevarria - Staien Island. NY - Amaranth, Brown and 
Epitome. Lehigh Christian Fellowship, LU Senate, SALSA 
University Productions 

David R. Eckroth - Danielsville, PA 

Christine Economou - Dharan, Saudi Arabia - Best Buddies. Crew Club. 
International Club. Hellenic Club - Treasurer. TALQ. RHA- Hall Representative 

Michael L. Edelman - New York, NY LUTV - President. Amaranth - Editor. 
Orientation Leader. Dean's List. Sayde, Sigma Alpha Mu- Community Sen ice 
Chairman. Alumni Historian 

Molly E. Egan - Bethesda. MD • History Club - Vice President/President, 
Delta Gamma 

Paul A. El-Deiry - Dunlap. IL - American Chemical Society, Student Materials 
Society. Tennis Team. Sigma Alpha Mu. Material Science Honors Society. 

Christopher .1. Eler - New Hope, PA - Chi Phi - Secretary/Steward, WLVR 

John H. Endee - Fort Salonga. NY - Golf Club. Institute ol" Industrial 
Engineers - Secretary 

Christopher S. Engel - Bethlehem. PA - American Society of Civil Engineers. 
Chi Epsilon - Vice President . Golf Club - Vice President, fau Beta Pi. 

Kristen L. Esposito - Fort Salonga. NY - Delta Gamma - Vice President. 
Marketing Cluh. Women in Business 

Joseph H. Evans - Royersford. PA - ROTC. Ranger Co. Commander. Ranger 
Challenge. SAME - President. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Scabbard & Blade 

Jennifer L. Everett - New Canaan. CT - Brown and White - News Writer/ 
Assistant News Editor/News Editor/Managing Editor/Associate EditorAEditon.il 
Pages/Editor in Chief. Society of Professional Journalists - Vice President 

Christopher H. Faile - Fairfield. CT - Brown and White - Photograph Editor. 
Epitome. Public Relations St. Society of Amena • Vice President/Publications 
Chair. Theta Delta Chi - Founding Father/House Manager. WLVR FM - Public 
Affairs/News Director. Senior Class Gift - Publicilv Co-chair 






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Michael L. Edelman 
History 



Molly Egan 
History 



Paul d. El-Deiry 
Materials Science 



Christopher J. Eler 
Marketing 



John H- Endee 
Industrial Engineering 




Christopher S. Engel 
Civil Engineering 



Kristen L Esposito 
Marketing 



Joseph H- Evans 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jennifer L. Everett 
Journalism 




Christopher H. Faile 

Journalism/Public 

Relations 







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Omer N. Farokhi 
Finance 



Ryan J. Faulkingham 
Accounting 



fishlcy Feher 
Economics, Mathematics 



Leigh Fendrkk 
Psychology 



Ryan D. Fenstermaker 
Marketing 




Charlene V Fergus 
Industrial Engineering 



Owen M. Ferik 
Mechanical Engineering 



Vivian I. Fernandez 
Accounting 



Christian J. Ferrante 
Accounting 



Omer N. Farukhi - Monroeville, PA - Intramural Floor Hockey 

Ryan J. Faulkingham - Whitehouse St, NJ - Accounting Club, Delta Tau 
Delia. Interfraternity Council -President/Secretary, Class Council- Secretary 

Ashley Feher -Alpine, NJ - Delta Gamma - Director of Crews, 
Economics Society - Vice President. Rho Chi 

Leigh Fendrick - East Brunswick, NJ - Alpha Chi Omega - Vice President 
Relations, Hillel Society, Order of Omega , College Scholar. Psi Chi 

Ryan D. Fenstermaker - East Brunswick, NJ - Interfraternity 
Council.ThetaChi - President, Rush Advisor 

Charlene Y. Fergus - Brooklyn. NY - National Society of Black 
Engineers - Vice President /Corporate Liason, Gospel Choir. Mustard and 
Cheese Society 

Owen M. Ferik - New Albany, PA - University Choir, Lehigh Philhar- 
monic Orchestra, University Overtones. Society of Automotive Engineers. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Vivian I. Fernandez - North Cape May. NJ - Accounting Club, Alpha 
Omicron Pi - Treasurer. Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi - Editor. Order 
of Omega - Secretary 

Christian J. Ferrante - Foil Salonga. NY - Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Accounting Club. Interfraternity Council 

Anthony J. Ficara - Lawrence, NY - Marketing Club. Intramural Football 

Taryn A. Filo - Pottstown. PA - Varsity Swimming and Diving - Captain. 
Pi Beta Phi - Nominating Committee/Fraternity Heritage Chairman/Charter 
Member 

Jennine L. Finger - Roekville Center. NY - Kappa Alpha Theta 

Talia F. Fishfeld - Tenafly, NJ - Kappa Alpha Theta. Paiihellenic - Judicial 
Board 

Kathryn E. Fleming - Shaker Heights, OH - Ski Team. Outing Club, 
Orientation Leader. STAR Tutor. Dobro Slova. Dean's List 

Meghan J. Flynn Colls Neck, NJ 

Steven S. Follett - West Springfield, MA - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Delta Sigma Phi, Soccer Club 



Taryn fi. Filo 

Earth and Environmental 

Sciences 



Jennine L. Finger 
Psychology 



Kathryn E. Fleming 
Political Science 



Meghan J. Flynn 
Biology 




finthony Ficara 
Marketing 




Talia F. Fishfeld 
Accounting 




Steven S. Follett 
Civil Engineering 




Jamie Forbeck 
fisian Studies 



Daniel Forman 
Political Science 



Nicole M. Forney 
Molecular Biology 




John D. Fowler 
Marketing 



Jason R Fox 
architecture 



Thomas C. Franchina 
Computer Engineering 



Jamie Forbeck - Hilton Head. SC - Diving Tea 
Club 

Daniel M. Forman - Resion. VA - Kappa Alpha. I r 
Productions 

Nicole ML Forney - Miners v ille. PA - AJpha Phi Omega. 
Dean s List Taylor College House Council. Peer Tutoring. 
Catholic Campus Ministry 

John D. Fowler • I pper Montclair, NJ - Lacrosse Team. 
Tea Pm 

Jason R. Fox - Barto. PA - Sw lrnming Team - Tn-captain 

Thomas C Franchina - Johnson City. NY - Phi Sigma 
Kappa 

Andrew M. Franco - Succasunna. NJ - Lehigh Rifle Club. 
Phi Era Sigma. American Society for Mechanical Engineers 

Charles F. Frantz III - Northampton. PA - Gryphon 

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Amanda J. Fraser - Ausuntown. OH - Biology Club- 
Green. G> mnastics Club. Indoor Track Team. Outdoor 
Track Team. Pi Beta Phi. Swimming Team 

James R. Frederick - Catasauqua. PA 

Mark A. Freed - WeaJberly, PA - Taekwando 

Kimberly A. Freedman - Quakenown. PA - Volleyball 
Team - Captain. COACH program 

Alison A. Freeman - Bethlehem. PA 

Matthew P. Freilich - Marlboro. NJ - Chi Ph 
. lent/Rush Chair Social Chair/Historian 

Jill R. Frenchman - Scarsdale. NY - Gryphon Society. 
Kappa Alpha Theta 

Bryan J. Fulmore - Freehold. NJ 




Andrew M. Franco 
Mechanical Engineering 



Charles F Frantz III 
Civil Engineering 



fimanda J. Fraser 

Biology, Environmental 

Sciences 



James R Frederick 
Finance 




Kimberly fi. Freedman 
Biology 



Alison fl. Freeman 
English 



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Matthew P. Freilich 
Journalism 



Jill R. Frenchman 
Psychology 



Bryan J. Fulmore 
Computer Engineering 



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Elisa N. Gaeta 
English 



Carolyn ft. Galayda 
Architecture 



Christine J. Galli 
Civil Engineering 



Michael W. Gallo 
Industrial Engineering 



Mitchell Gallo 
Finance 




Stephanie B. Galperin 
Religion Studies 



Christopher fi. Gardner 
Civil Engineering 



Nathan C. Gardner 
Geoscience (EE5) 



Megan E. Gayer 
Mechanical Engineering 



Alexis D. Gemmell 
Psychology 



Elisa N. Gaeta - Little Falls. NJ - Mustard and Cheese Society 

Carolyn A. Galayda - Hinsdale, IL 

Christine J. Galli - Aurora. CO - Alpha Gamma Delta - Vice 
President of Scholarship, Students Against Violence - Events 
Coordinator, Tennis Club - Founding President, Iacocca Scholar 

Michael W. Gallo - North Woodmere. NY - Hillel Society. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers, Sigma Phi Epsilon - Rush Chairman, Annex 
Society 

Mitchell Gallo - North Plainfield, NJ - Sigma Alpha Mu 

Stephanie B. Galperin - Armonk. NY - Kappa Alpha Theta, Ski Team 

Christopher A. Gardner - Red Lion. PA - Chi Epsilon - Secretary. 
American Society of Civil Engineers - Secretary 

Nathan C. Gardner - Gales Ferry. CT - EES Club. Ski Team - Vice 
President. Mountain Bike Club - Officer 

Megan E. Gayer - Portland. OR - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Society of Women Engineers, Alpha Chi Omega. Outdoor 
Track Team 

Alexis D. Gemmell - Tappan, NY - Delta Gamma 

Alicia M. Giasi - Upper Saddle. NJ - Philosophy Club 

Julie R. Gibson - Basking Ridge. NJ - Alpha Gamma Delta. Outing 
Club - Vice President. WLVR FM. S.T.A.R. Tutor, Sexual Health Peer 
Educator - Coordinator 

Kirkland H. Gibson - Harrisburg. PA - Color Guard. LU Senate. 
Scabbard and Blade - President, Theta Delta Chi • President, ROTC/ 
Army 

Shannon L. Gibson - Wnghtstown, NJ - Alpha Phi Omega 

Michael B. Gills - Fairfield, PA - American Chemical Society, 
American Institute of Chemical Engineers - Executie Board, Army 
ROTC. Student Ambassador. Society of American Military Engineers - 
Vice President, Scabbard and Blade 

Courtney L. Giuflra - Ridgewood. NJ - Delta Gamma - Director of 
Scholarship/Honor Board Member. Rho Chi. Order of Omega 




filicia M. Giasi 
Psychology 



Julie R. Gibson 
Environmental Sciences 



Kirkland H. Gibson 
International Relations 




Shannon L. Gibson 
Molecular Biology 



Michael B. Gills 
Chemical Engineering 



Courtney L. Giuffra 
Political Science 




e are part of something that is nan\&d after a Biblical and -Historical 
Landmat'k. Bethlehem, whatever you may tkii-vk about it, is the Christ- 

1**1 hi the Spirit 

mas City. There is a different feeling in the air whether you are on 
campus or just on the edge. C7t is hard to tell where the mystique 

to lie iii h gootl mood 

starts and where the holiday begins. While driving around the adja- 



cent neighborhoods it is easy to see that people around here take this 

beranso in tlio Christinas C'itj' 

holiday seriously. There is an annual pilgrimage to this area iust to 



see Historic Bethlehem in all of its glory. This time of year is a visual 

if n a while to he a Scrooge 

trveiwory that is bound to travel in om' minds and be used as a measur- 



ing stick to compare, all other festivities we e.ncounie>: 

The Tallv-Ho Tavern - all decorated for the holiday -.;.■,-.-■.- The entire town is always m a festive spirit this fime o 




Brian C. Gleason 
Chemical Engineering 



Gregg W. Glick 
International Careers 



Brent T. Godfrey 
Materials Science 



Matthew S. Goldfarb 
Psychology 



Faena Goldgaber 
Finance 




Lawrence W. Good 
Mechanical Engineering 



Bradford ri. Goodwin )r 
Civil Engineering 



Melinda f\. Goodwin 

Finance, Business 

Information Systems 



Erynn S. Gordon 
Biology and Psychology 



Jennifer L. Gorman 
Communication 



Brian C. Gleason - Lewiston, NY - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. Soccer Team - Captain, Tau Beta Pi, Zeta Psi 

Gregg W. Glick - Rockville Center. NY - Mustard and Cheese Society. 
Zeta Psi - Social Chair/Rush Chair 

Brent T. Godfrey - South Hamilton. MA - Chi Psi -Intramural Chair/ 
Scholarship Chair. College Republicans 

Matthew S. Goldfarb - Mamaroneck, NY • Chi Phi - President 

Faena Gologaber - West Warwick, Rl - Alpha Gamma Delta. Hillel 
Society. Investment Club 

Lawrence W. Good - Berkeley Heights. NJ - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers - President. Alert - President. Lehigh University 
Emerging Response Team. Alpha Phi Omega, 

Bradford M. Goodwin Jr - Menands. NY - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Theta Chi - Vice President/Treasurer 

Melinda A. Goodwin - Allentown. PA - Investment Club. IS Club 

Erynn S. Gordon - East Windsor. NJ - Forward. Student Health Advisors 
Committee. Amaranth - Assistant Editor 

Jennifer L. Gorman - Upper Saddle River, NJ - Alpha Phi - Vice 
President Member Recruitment. Public Relations St. Society of America. 
SAJV. Student Ambassador 

Edward P. Gorzkowski - Avoca, PA - College Republicans - Treasurer. 
Student Materials Society - President. Tau Beta Pi - President. American 
Society of Materials. American Ceramics Society 

Jeffrey W. Goulet - Hadley. MA - Chi Epsilon - Treasurer, Chi Phi. 
American Society of Civil Engineers. Tau Beta Pi. Soccer Club 

Paige A. Graf - Charlottesville, VA - Alpha Phi Omega - Public Relations 
Chair/Assistant Pledge Master 

John P. Grason - Bethlehem. PA 

Shelby D. Greenherg - Livingston. NJ - Alpha Chi Omega. Iacocca 
Scholar, College Scholar 

Colleen H. Griggs - Waretown, NJ - Class of 1999 - Treasurer. STAR 
Tutor. Student Senate 




Edward P. Gorzkowski 
Materials Science 



Jeffrey W. Goulet 
Civil Engineering 



Paige fi. Graf 
Economics 




John P. Grason 
Biochemistry 



Shelby D. Greenberg 

fisian Studies. 

International Relations 



Colleen H. Griggs 
Political Science 





Daniel N. Gross 
ficcoanting 



John M. Grubor 
Industrial Engineering 



Sec ma Gupta 
Mechanical Engineering 




Peter L, Qustavson 
English,Philosophy 



Lsopoldo Gutierrez 
International Careers 



Edward S. Hadad 
Accounting 



Daniel N. Gross - Marlboro. NJ - Accounting Club 

John M. Grubor - Pittsburgh. PA Delia Upsilou. Institute of Industrial 

Engineers 

Seema Gupta - Easton. PA - Indian Students Association - President, 
American Sociec> of Mechanical Engineers 

Peter L. Gustavson - Doxer. NJ - Mustard and Cheese Societ> 

Leopolde Gutierre? New York. NY - Dorm President SALS V 
Association of Minorit) Business Students. Black Students Union, Brown 

and White 

Ed»ardS. Hadad - Pleasartville. N> - Theta Chi Fratemit> - Secretary 
Head Justice. Beta Alpha Psi Reporting Secretary 

Christine M. Haldis - Mount Laurel. NJ - Gr>phon Society, Kappa Alpha 
Theta. Societ) of Women Engineers. Student Materials Societ) 

Cecelia A. Hall - North Bellmore. NV - Indoor Track Team. Outdoor 
Track Team - Captain 

Elsie W. Hamel - Bethlehem. PA - Epitome 

Tvsha D. Hamilton - Law nside. NJ - National Soceity of Black Engineers 

- President. Insnute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Societ} of 
Women Engineers 

Daniel B. Hanbridge - Wantagh. N 1 - Accounting Club. Volleyball Club 

- Co-captajn 

Daniel I. Handernan - Lanoka Harbor. NJ - Alpha Tau Omega. 
Basketball Team 

Andrew L. Handler - Purchase. NY - Golf Club 

Br>an C. Hanlon - Licoln Park. NJ - Accounting Club. Alpha Sigma Phi 

- President Assistant Treasurer . Interfratemit) Council 

Heather J. Hansz - Bethlehem. PA - S» miming Team 

Kelbann Harkins - Rockawaj Point. NY - Field Hockev Team - Captain. 
STAR Tutor. Student-Athlete Representative 







Christine M. Haldis 
Materials Science 



Cecelia fi. Hall 
Psychology 



Elsie Hamell 
Marketing 



Tysha D. Hamilton 
Computer Engineering 



Daniel B. Hanbridge 

accounting 




Daniel I. Handernan 
Marketing 



Andrew L. Handler 
Finance 



W?r 



Bryan C Hanlon 
Accounting 



Heather J. Hansz 
Biology 



Kellyann Harkins 
Psychology 



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Summer J. Harling 
Industrial Engineering 



Christina R. Harris 
English 



Rachel N. Hart 
Behavioral Nearoscience 



Andrew T. Hartmann 

Architecture and Civil 

Engineering 



Carrie M. Harvilla 

Civil and Environmental 

Engineering 




Michael fi. Hash 
Mechanical Engineering 



Brian S. Hawthorne 
Industrial Engineering 



Damien C. Haygood 
Electrical Engineering 



fiaron W. Hayson 
Finance <; 



Prentice Heaney 
Accounting 



Summer J. Harling - Merchantville, NJ - Gryphon Society - Program 
Coordinator, National Society of Black Engineers - Treasurer. International 
Partners Program. Big Brother/Big Sister. Warren Square -House President, 
Genesis Gospel Choir - Secretary. Black Students Union. French Club. 
International Club. Outing Club 

Christina R. Harris - Norwood, MA - Basketball Team. Alpha Omicron Pi, 
C.OA.C.H. Program 

Rachel N. Hart - Washington. DC - Gamma Phi Beta - Membership 
Education Chairperson. Student Senate 

Andrew T. Hartmann - Wlnppany. NJ - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Chi Epsilon. Epitome - Managing Editor. Tau Beta Pi. Phi Beta 
Kappa 

Carrie M. Harvilla - Binghamton. NY - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. American Water Resources Association. University Productions 

Michael A. Hash - York. PA - American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
Delta Sigma Phi - House Manager/Member Educator 

Brian S. Hawthorne - Lititz. PA - Institute of Industrial Engineers 

Damien C. Haygood - Eastchester, NY - Orientation Leader. Student 
Ambassador 

Aaron VV. Hayson - Glenside. PA - Crew Club. Investment Club. Rugby 
Club. Theta Delta Chi 

Prentice Heaney - Holland, PA - Beta Alpha Psi, Gamma Phi Beta - House 
Manager/Alumni Relations Chairperson. Phi Eta Sigma. Dean's List, 
Accounting Club 

Jason \V. Heavener • West Grove, PA - Sigma Phi Epsilon - House Manager/ 
Rush Chair/Founding Father. Annex Society - Manager 

Erica R. Heiman - McLean. VA - Brown and While - Assistant Sports 
Editor. Soccer Team 

Christian S. Heimple - Huntington Beach. CA - American Society of Civil 
Engineers - President. Chi Epsilon. Infraternity Council. Omicron Delta 
Kappa. Psi Upsilon - President/Treasurer/Sleward. Sailing Club - President. 
Tau Beta Pi 

VVilhelm Heinrich - Quakertown. PA 

Mary E. Heitzman - Pennington, NJ - American Chemical Society. Delta 
Gamma.Field Hockey Team. Lehigh for Life 

Kiran Hemgay - South Bound Brook. NJ - Asian Cultural Society - Editor in 
Chief Indian Student Association - Treasurer, WLVR FM - Business Manager 




Jason W. Heavener 
Accounting 



Erica Heiman 
Journalism 



Christian S. Heimple 
Civil Engineering 




Wilhelm Heinrich 
Mechanical Engineering 



Mary E. Heitzman 
Chemistry 



Kiran Hemgay 
Economics 






mMwM 



Vladimira V. Heredia 
Biochemistry 



Brandon J. Hill 
Psychology 



Jason I. Hochstadt 
Finance 



Nicholas Hernjak 
Chemical Engineering 



Russell E. Highton 
Mechanical Engineering 




James Ho 
Electrical Engineering 



Dung T. Hoang 
Electrical Engineering 



Vladimira V. Heredia - Brookhaven, PA - American Chemical Society - 
President, Student Ambassador, STAR Tutoring. SA1Y Volunteer 

Nicholas Hernjak - Middletown, PA - American Institue of Chemical 
Engineers - Vice-President 

Russell E. Highton - Kinnelon. NJ - Lehigh Society ot Automotive 
Engineers - President 

Brandon J. Hill - Da\1ona Beach. FL Football Team 

James Ho - Section 4 Taipei. Taiwan 

Dung T. Hoang Allentov. n. PA - Asian Cultural Society. Chinese Culture 
Club. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Phi Kappa Theta. 
National Society Projenimal Engineer 

Jason I. Hochstadt - Fort Lee. NJ 

Jessica B. HofTman - Brooklyn. NY - Student Ambassador. Student 
Advisory Council for School of Business and Economics, Marketing Club. 
Hillel Society - Executive Board Memeber 

Michael C. Holzbaur - Wrightstown, NJ - STAR. Tutor. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. Society of Automotive Engineers. Tau 
Beta Pi. Soccer Club. Golf Club. Engineering Club 

Jason A. Horn - Montgomery. PA - Gryphon Society. Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Lehigh Christian Fellowship. 
Residence Hal! Association - Vice President. University Productions - 
Comedy Co-chairperson 

Robert B. Horn - Huntington. NY - Ice Hockey. Hockey "B" Team - 
Treasury 

John R. Horutz - Clarks Summit. PA - Kappa Alpha - Recording 
Secretary. Golf Team - Co-Captain. Marketing Club 

Richard S. Horvath Jr - Bethlehem. PA - Phi Beta Kappa 

Bryan J. Houle - Downingtown. PA - Lacrosse Team 

Dana M. Hughes - Princeton. NJ - Black Students Union 

Sylvia L. Hung - Brooklyn. NY' - Asian Cultural Society, Chinese Culture 
Club, Tau Beta Pi - Recording Secretary 




Jessica B, Hoffman 
Management 



Michael C. Holzbaur 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jason fi. Horn 
Computer Engineering 



Robert 3. Horn 
Finance 




John R. Horutz 
Marketing 



Richard S. Horvath Jr 
Mathematics 



Bryan J. Houle 
Mechanical Engineering 



Dana M. Hughes 
Sociology 



Sylvia L Hang 
Computer Engineering 



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Lauren Huston 
Psychology 



Jordan M. Hyatt 
Spanish 



Ronald G. Ifferte 
Indastrial Engineering 



Heather ]. Ignall 
Journalism 



Douglas ). Hyrb 
Civil Engineering 




Sultan F. Ismail 
Accounting 



Lauren R. Huston - Short Hills. NJ - Alpha Oniicron Pi 

Jordan M. Hvatt Harrison, NY -Alpha Sigma Phi. Brown and W 
Hillel Society, University Productions 

Douglas J. Hyrh - Pittsburgh. PA - Marching 97 - Student Coi 
Concert Band. Kappa Kappa Psi 

Ronald (i. Ifferte North Babylon, NY Alpha Chi Rho - President 
of Industrial Engineers. Interfraternilv Council 

Heather J. Ignall - Rockville Ctr. NY \lpha Omicron Pi - President. Brow n 
and White. Panhellenic Council - Vice President 

Sultan F. Ismail - Bethlehem. PA - Accounting Club. International Club. 
Soccer Club. Muslim Student Association 

Raquel A. Jackson Teaneck. NJ 

Dieter Jacobs Berwyn. PA Institute of Industrial Engineers. Interfraternilv 
Council. Soccer Club. Lambda Chi Alpha - President 

Mark J. Janiszevtski - Poolesville. MD - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Delta Sigma Phi. Golf Club. Soccer Club 

Thaddeus E Jaszek Needham. MA - LU Philharmonic Orchestra. 
L U V.M.E 

Frederick A. Jean - Nashua. NH - Investment Club. Phi Sigma Kappa - 
Public Relations 

Jewel J. John - Bethlehem. PA - Black Students L'nion. Brown and While. 
Mustard and Cheese Society, Public Relations St. Society of America, 
Residence Hall Association- Program Director. WLVR FM- Program Director 

Ian C. Johns - Crolon-On-Hudson. N*i - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineering. American Society of Civil Engineers. Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers 

Carlita M. Johnson - Littleton. CO 

Maureen A. Johnson - Colchester. VT - Accounting Club. Brown and White 
- Business Manager. Class of 1999 - President, Epitome - Editor in Chief. Ski 
Team - Treasurer/Captain 

Nathan A. Johnson - Montoursv ille. PA - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Chi Epsilon. Tau Beta Pi 




Raquel fi. Jackson 
Psychology 



Jewel J. John 
Journalism 



Dieter Jacobs 
Industrial Engineering 



Mark J. Janiszewski 
Civil Engineering 



Ian C. Johns 
Mechanical Engineering 



Carlita M. Johnson 
Psychology.Spanish 




Thaddeus F. Jaszek 
Computer Engineering 



Frederick fi. Jean 
Finance 






Maureen fi. Johnson 
Accounting 



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Nathan fi. Johnson 
Civil Engineering 






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Timothy L. Johnson 
Environmental Sciences 



Jill C. Johnston 
Chemical Engineering 



Erin H- Jones 
Civil Engineering 



Jeremy P. Jones 
Physics 



Lisa fi. Jones 

International Relations 

and Journalism 




Robert P. Jones 
Finance 



Denny Julewicz 
Biology 



fillison M. Jurey 
Industrial Engineering 



Kathleen L. Kadlubak 
Environmental Sciences 



Matthew P. Kajkowski 
Computer Science 



Timothy L. Johnson - Venice Center. NY - Golf Team - Captain 

Jill C. Johnston - Philadelphia, PA - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. Tau Beta Pi 

Erin H. Jones - Warrenton. NC - American Society of Civil Engineers - 
Activities Chair 

Jeremy P. Jones - Chester. CT - Anime Eki. Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Beta 
Kappa 

Lisa A. Jones - Scranlon, PA - Alpha Omicron Pi. Brown and White - 
News Editor/Assistant News Editor/ Associate Editor/Contributing Editor/ 
Columnist. Cross Country Team - Captain. Indoor Track Team. Outdoor 
Track Team. 

Robert P. Jones - North Brunswick. NJ - Intert'raterniry Council. Phi Delta 
Theta - President 

Denny Julewicz - Morganville. NJ - Biology Club-Green. Hillel Society 

Allison M. Jurey - Lakewood. OH - Institute of Industrial Engineers, 
Swimming Team 

Kathleen L. Kadlubak - Bay Village. OH - Delta Gamma - Vice 
President: Membership and Communications. Environmental Science Club 

Matthew P. Kajkowski • Ringoes, NJ - WLVR FM 

Mira/ia Kamarul Bahrain - Perak. Malaysia - International Partners 
Program, Malaysian Student Organization, 

Scott A. Kamin - Glen Riddle. PA - Lacrosse Team. Zeta Psi 

Samantha L. Kane - Elkins Park. PA - Alpha Chi Omega - Standards 
Board Senior Respresentalive. Panhellcnic Council - Intersoront\ Relations 
Chairperson 

Wendy E. Kaneda - Harnsburg. PA - Dean's List. Outing Club. Alpha 
Omicron Pi. Tau Beta Pi.Student Materials Society, Society of Women 
Engineers 

Hande Karahanoglu - Istanbul, Turkey - Amaranth. Chamber Music 
Collegium 

Sarah E. Karam - Merrimack, NH - Lehigh University Choir -Manager. 
Iacocca Scholar. Womens Rugby, Phi Beta Pi 




Mirazia Kamarul Bahrain 
Marketing 



Scott (i, Kamin 
International Business 



Samantha L. Kane 

English, International 

Careers 




Wendy E. Kaneda 

Materials Science and 

Engineering 






Hande Karahanoglu 
architecture. Music 



Sarah E. Karam 
Molecular Biology, 
German , 





fidam R. Karpf 
Finance 



Andrew M. Kati 
Accounting 



fimy M. Karpf 
Psychology 



Jarrett Kass 
Finance 




Melissa Katz 
Marketing 



Joanna T. Katzman 

Psychology.Religion 

Studies 



Adam R. Karpf - Hillsdale, VI - Indoor Track Team. Outdoor track Team. 
Student Athlete Council. COACH. Program Member 

Amy M. Karpf Woodhury. NY - Epitome - Senior Section Editor. D. 
List. Hillel Society 

Jarrett Kass Woodmere, NY - Investment Club. Sigma Alpha Mu - 
President/Candidate Educator/Pledge Class Prior 

Andre" M. Katz -Staten Island. NY -Accounting Club. Delta Phi- Treasurer 

Melissa Katz Deerfield. IL - Gamma Phi Beta. Marketing Club. Women in 
Business. Spanish Club 

Joanna T. Katzman - Fair Lawn. NJ - Alert. Hillel Spiels. Omicron Delta 
Kappa. Psi Chi. Phi Beta Delta 

Brian T. Keane New ark. DE - American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Pi 
Tau Sigma. Swimming Team. Tau Beta Pi 

Michael S. Keener - Orwigshurg. PA - WLVR EM. Chinese Culture Club. 
Indian Student Association 

Wendy N. Kelley - Colonia. NJ - Alpha Omicron Pi - Scholarship Chairperson. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers. Society ot Women Engineers. Industrial 
Engineering Council. Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Pi Mu 

Eric R. Kellstrand - Abington. MA - Delta Sigma Phi - Steward/Web Master 
Alumni Coordinator. Golf Club. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 
- Vice President 

Brian P. Kelly - Baltimore. MD - American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 
Lacrosse Team - Captain. Zeta Psi 

Carolyn Kelly - Succasunna. NJ - American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 
Society of Women Engineers. Residence Hall Association. Newman Club, 

Lori M. Kenemuth - Potomac. MD - Kappa Alpha Theta - Service Chair/ 
Scholarship Chair. Phi Eta Sigma 

Anita V. Kerry - Harnsburg. PA - Field Hockey Team - Captain. Students 
Against Violence - Treasure. Athletic Student Council. CO. A.C.H.. S.T.A.R. 
Tutoring 

Gaura\ Khanna - Edison. NJ - Asian Cultural Society. Indian Student 
Association - Vice President. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. 
Global Cmon - President 

Brian J. Killea - Baldwin, NY - Lacrosse Team, Theta Xi - Vice President/ 
Rush Chairman 




Brian T. Keane 
Mechanical Engineering 



Michael S. Keener 
Mathematics 



Wendy M, Kelley 
Industrial Engineering 



Eric R. Kellstrand 
Computer Engineering 



Brian P. Kelly 
Chemical Engineering 




Carolyn Kelly 
Chemical Engineering 



Lori M. Kenemath 
Chemical Engineering 



finita V. Ketty 
Biology 



Gaurav Khanna 
Computer Engineering 



Brian J. Killea 
Economics 






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Christopher ). Killian 
Mathematics 



Karen E. Kinderman 
Spanish 





Daniel R. Klein 

firchitectare,Music 



Justus D. Klemperer 
Industrial Engineering 



Christopher J. Killian - Shillington. PA - Fnsbee Club, Gaming Club, 
Lehigh Christian Fellowship 

Karen E. Kinderman - Gladwyne, PA - Alpha Chi Omega 

Daniel K. Kinsley - AJlentown, PA - Mustard and Cheese Society. Guitar 
Ensemble. Drown Writers Series 

Peter M. Kirby - Fairfax. VA - American Chemical Society. Brown and 
White - Science Editor. Gryphon Society. LU Senate, Progressive Student 
Alliance, Sigma Alpha Mu - Secretary, WLVR FM - Music Director. 
STAR. Tutor. Project Impact 

Karen J. Kish - Whitehall. PA - Biology Club-Green. College Scholar, 
Health Professions Societv - Vice President 

Daniel R. Klein - Hatboro. PA - American Society of Mechanical Engineers 
Balance. Club Extreme. Gospel Chair. University Productions. WLVR FM. 
SAV. Guitar Ensemble. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

Justus D. Klemperer - Miami. FL - Alpha Pi Mu. Institute of Industrial 
Engineers. International Club. Sailing Club. SALSA, Soccer Club. Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers. Pi Beta Delta 

James P. KJoske - Mechamcsburg, PA - Alpha Chi Rho. American Society 
of Mechanical Engineers, Jazz Ensemble. Brass Ensemble, Wind Ensemble. 
Swing Band 

Thaddeus R. Knouse - Sturbridge. MA - American Society of Cn il 
Engineers. WLVR FM 

Thomas J. Kohylarz - Passaic. NJ - Lacrosse Club - President. Sigma Chi 
Social Chairman 

Kristopher F. Koch - Warrington. PA - Alpha Chi Rho. Cheerleading Squad 

Andrew J. Kochy - Newark. DE - Crew Club 

Kevin J. Korpics - Bethlehem. PA - Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineers. Outing Club. University Productions 

Scott H. Kraft - East Windsor. NJ - Accounting Club. Hillel Society. Theta 
Delta Chi - Scholarship Chair. Associate of Technology Professionals - 
President 

Lisa A. Krause - Philadelphia. PA • Alpha Gamma Delia. Gryphon Society 

Douglas E. Krauss - Newtown. PA - Golf Club President. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers 



Daniel K. Kinsley 
English 



Peter M. Kirby 
Biochemistry 



James Kloske 
Mechanical Engineering 



Thaddeus R. Knouse 
Civil Engineering 



Karen J. Kish 
Molecular Biology 




Thomas ). Kobylarz 
Accounting 




Kristopher F. Koch 
Industrial Engineering 



Andrew ]. Kochy 
Electrical Engineering 



Kevin }. Korpics 
Computer Engineering 






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Scott H. Kraft 
Accounting, Business 
Information System 



Lisa fi. Krause 
Economics 



Douglas E. Krauss 
Industrial Engineering 







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One of the most enjoyable activities 
on campus is to just sit. A sunny 
day on the campus is (ike no other. 
People can be seen laying out. hang- 
ins around or frolicking (ike children. 
If is a mystery how nice weather can 
make grumpy People happy and 
happy people downright perky. 
Frisbees start flying when the sun 
begins blazing. This so called dis- 
ease that infects the entire univer- 
sity goes by many names: 
Senioritis. Home Sickness. Spring 

Fever, or the most Popular "I 
earned this slackerness." However 
if we attempted to explain this phe- 
nomenon, no one would deny that it 
exists. This student, sitting outside 
of the Taylor Gymnasium, has cho- 
sen to relax by watching all of the 
coming and goings of the day. It 
has been said that if one were to sit 
in this spot you would see everyone 
on campus walk, run or drive past 
on any given day. 




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Bradley C. Kreider 
Computer Engineering 



Wade P. Krejdovsky 
Materials Science 



Heather R. Krey 

Industrial 

Engineering, Psychology 



Renee fi. Krysko 
Molecular Biology 



Jennifer M. Kucharski 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology 





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Dayna M. Kucharz 
Finance 



Justin fi. Kack 
Mechanical Engineering 



Michael J. Kulhowvkk 

Business Information 

System, Finance 



Julie L. Kunsman 
Political Science 



Joseph L. Kuosman 
Mechanical Engineering 




Bradley C. Kreider - Mohnton, PA - Volleyball Club - Treasurer/Vice 
President/President, Volleyball Team - Manager 

Wade P. Krejdovsky • Blairsville. PA • Baseball Team. Sigma Chi 

Heather R. Krey - Walerbury. CT - Alpha Phi Omega - President, Alpha 
Pi Mu. Gryphon Society. Institute of Industrial Engineers. Tau Beta Pi 

Renee A. Krysko - Scranton. PA - Phi Beta Delta 

Jennifer M. Kucharski - Stamford. CT • Alpha Chi Omega- Social Chair, 
Brown and White. Epitome, Safe Space 

Dayna M. Kucharz - Bernardsville. NJ - Investment Club, College 
Scholars 

Justin A. Kuck - Montclair. NJ - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Gryphon Society. Pi Tau Sigma 

Michael J. Kulhowvick - Harwinton, CT - Sigma Phi, Business 
Information Systems Club 

Julie L. Kunsman - Nevillewood. PA - Delta Gamma. Golf Club 

Joseph L. Kuosman - Bethel Park, PA • Alpha Sigma Phi. American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Marc A. Kutnik - Solana Beach, CA - Alpha Chi Rho - Chaplain 

Jason E. Kwinatkowski - Wexford, PA Club Extreme, Institute of 
Industrial Engineers, Mountain Biking Club - President, Outing Club - 
Treasurer, Progressive Student Alliance. University Productions - 
Chairperson. OCA - Presidenl 

Jeffrey A. Lahorsky - Pequannock, NJ - Investment Club - President 

Christopher J. Lally - Bellerose. NY - Basketball Team 

Jason W. Lamhert - Wilton, CT - Fraternity Management Association - 
Chairman of the Board/Vice Chairman of the Board. Institute of Industrial 
Engineers, Kappa Alpha- Treasurer/Pledgemaster/Social Chairman/ 
Assistant Rush Chairman 

Daniel W. Langevin - Plainsboro. NJ - Alpha Phi Omega. SADD 




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Psychology 



Jason E. Kwinatkowski 
Industrial Engineering 



Jeffrey fi. Laborsky 
Finance 




Christopher J. Lally 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology 



Jason W. Lambert 
Industrial Engineering 



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Daniel W. Langevin 
Marketing i 





Malcolm L. Langlois 
Chemical Engineering 



Stephanie R. Laski 

Economics, 

Environmental Sciences 



Robert J. Latham 
Computer Engineering 




Jeffrey fi. Lavallee 
Accounting 



Nathan H. Laver 

English, Finance 



Christine fJ. Lawlor 
Political Science 



Malcolm L. Langlois - Stroudsburg. PA 

Stephanie R. Laski - Niskayuna. NY 

Robert .). Latham - Barnwell. SC Mustard and Cheese Soci 
Beta Pi 

Jeffrey A. Lavallee - Waliham. MA Accounting Club. Golf Club 

Nathan H. Laver - Bala Cynwyd, PA - Soccer Team. Zeta Psi - Rush 
Chairman 

Christine A. Lattlor - Far Hills. NJ - Basketball Team, Delta Gamma 

Charlstie A. Lay tin - New York. NY - Public Relations St. Society of 
America. Senior Class Gift Committee - General Chairperson 

Philip H. Lee - Huntingdon Valley. PA - Sigma Phi Epsilon. Mustard 
Seed Fellowship 

Sang H. Lee - Allentown. PA - Chinese Culture Club. Korean Students 
Association 

Jason T. Leet - Wallingford. PA - Beta Theta Pi. Alpha Pi Mu 

Frances K. Leighton - Sewickley, PA - Crew Club. Martindale Scholar 

Casey E. Leonard - Nashua. NH - Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Pi Mu. 
Institute of Industrial Engineers - President. Soccer Club. Society of 
Women Engineers 

Kathryn Leone - Mtddletown. NY' - Alpha Gamma Delta. Psi Chi. Phi 
Beta Delta. WLVR 

Rtsa C. Letowsky - Aberdeen. NJ - Women in Business Club - President 
/Treasurer, Pi Beta Phi. Student Senate. Marketing Club, American 
Marketing Association. Deans List 

Ronald J. Lipka - Chester. NJ - Alpha Sigma Phi. Varsity Swimming. 
Tau Beta Pi 

Craig B. Lipkin - Bensalem. PA - Alpha Phi Omega. Gaming Club, 
Hillel Society, Ski Team 




Charlstie ft. Laytin 
Political Science 



Philip H. Lee 
Urban Studies 



Sang H. Lee 
Finance 



Jason T. Leet 
Industrial Engineering 



Frances K. Leighton 
Recounting 




Casey E. Leonard 
Industrial Engineering 






Kathryn Leone 
Psychology 



Risa C. Letowsky 
Marketing 



Ronald ]. Lipka 
Electrical Engineering 



Craig B. Lipkin 
Statistics 



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Christopher R. Litman 
Computer Science, English 



Stephen Liu 
Computer Engineering 



Stefanie 6. Livanos 
Mechanical Engineering 



Frank J. Loccisano 
Finance 



Taina Lopez 
Biology 




filison B. Loupos 
Biology 



Abigail K. Lynn 
Molecular Biology 



Jessica Lyons 
Behavioral Neuroscience 



Nicole C. MacNeill 
Biology, Psychology 



Brian P. Malnati 
Environmental Science 



Christopher R. Litman - Fairfax, VA - Amaranth Magazine - Editor, 
Brown and White. Cut and Thrust Club. Lehigh Chnstian Fellowship 

Stephen Liu - Bronx, NY - Chinese Culture Club - Publication Chairper- 
son, Asian Cultural Society. Association for Computing Machinery 

Stefanie A. Livanos - Thiells, NY 

Frank J. Loccisano - Roslyn. NY - Delta Tau Delta - Steward/Brotherhood 
Relations 

Tatna Lopez - Beacon. NY - Taekwando - Secretary. Students Against 
Violence - Events Coordinator 

Alison B. Loupos - Bethlehem. PA • Alpha Gamma Delta - President, 
Equestrian Club - President. Order of Omega 

Abigail K. Lynn - Williamsport. PA - Alpha Omicron Pi - Rush 
Chairperson, Chinese Culture Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, lacocca Scholar. 
Rho Chi. Order of Omega - President. Health Professions Society - 
Secretary 

Jessica Lyons - Ridgefield Park. NJ - Best Buddies. Lehigh for Lite, LU 
Senate. Omicron Delta Kappa. Pi Beta Phi. Residence Hall Association. The 
Newman Coucil - President. University Productions 

Nicole C. MacNeill - Laurel Spring. NJ - Pi Beta Phi 

Brian P. Malnati - Delran. NJ 

I huh R. Manalo - Bronx. NY - National Society of Black Engineers - 
Treasurer. NACME Vanguard. Chinese Culture Club, Asian Cultural 
Society. Sexual Health Peer Educator 

Christopher R. Mansuy - Chatham. NJ - Phi Gamma Delta - Recording 
Secretary /Steward. Rugby Club - President/Captain 

Emily B. Mantell - Watchung, NJ - Order of Omega - Vice President. 
Junior Panhellenic Council - Vice President. Senior Class Gift - Chairperson 
of Solicitations. Rho Chi. Pi Beta Delta 

Kristin M. Margiotto - Branchburg. NJ - Equestrian Team 

Michael S. Margitich - Cranford, NJ - Tau Beta Pi, Taekwando. 
Martindale Scholar. S.T.A.R. Academy 

William B. Marino - Basking Ridge, NJ - Accounting Club, Beta Theta Pi 
Beta Alpha Psi 




Einah R. Manalo 
Civil Engineering 



Christopher R. Mansuy 
Mechanical Engineering 



Emily B. Mantell 
Social Psychology 




Kristin M. Margiotto 
Behavioral Neuroscience 



Michael S. Margitich 
Computer Science 



William B. Marino 
Accounting 



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Katharine C. Markcl 
Finance 



fidam S. Marks 
Finance 



Andrew J. Marshall 
Electrical Engineering 




Alejandro B. Marti 
International Relations 



Carisa B. Martin 
Psychology 



Courtney E. Martin 
Mechanical Engineering 



Katharine C. Markel - Springfield. MA - Alpha Omicron Pi 

Adam S. Marks - Kendall Park, NJ - Theta Delia Chi Founding 
Father/Rush Chairman/Treasurer, Martindale Society, Phi Beta Kappa. 
Beta Gamma Sigma. University Productions 

Andrew J. Marshall - Newington, CI - University Productions. OCA 

Alejandro A. Marli - Lawreneeville. NJ 

Carisa B. Martin - Coram. NY - Pi Beta Phi 

Courtney E. Martin - Reading. PA - Alpha Gamma Delta, American 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. Pi Tan Sigma. Tau Beta Pi. Taekwando 

David M. Martin - Wayzala. MN • Accounting Club. Beta Theta Pi - 
Vice President/Rush Chairman 

Keith J. Martin - Pottsiown. PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Crew Club, Outing Club, Theta Delta Chi 

Nicholas A. Martucci - Brodheadsville, PA - Football Team - Captain. 
Student Athlete Council. C.O.A.C.H. 

Christopher S. Masucci - Clarks Summit. PA - Baseball Team. Chi Psi 
- Secretary/Alumni Chair 

Suzanne Matarazzo - AllenoaJe. NJ - Field Hockey, Delta Gamma 

Jeffrey A. Mathews - Roslyn Estate, NY - Alpha Sigma Phi, Hillel 

Society 

Beth K. Matonak - Hagerstown, MD - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Pi Beta Phi. Pi Tau Sigma. Society of Women Engineers. 
Swimming Team.Tau Beta Pi. FCA. Student Athlete Council. Pi Tau 
Sigma - Treasurer 

Jordan A. Matthews - Mountainside, NJ - Kappa Sigma. Lehigh Liners 

Brad C. Mauro - Butler. PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Ice Hockey - Captain. Indoor Track Team. Lacrosse, Phi 
Gamma Delta - Historian. Ski Team. Track and Field - Captain 

Marc S. Mayerson - Glen Rock. NJ - Hillel Society. College 
Republicans. Investment Club 




David M. Martin 
Accounting 



Keith J. Martin 
Mechanical Engineering 



Nicholas fi, Martucci 
accounting 



Christopher S. Masucci 
Materials Science 



Suzanne Matarazzo 
Marketing 




Jeffrey fl. Mathews 
Behavioral Neuroscience 



Beth K. Matonak 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Jordan fl. Matthews 
Government 



Brad C, Mauro 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Marc S. Mayerson 
Finance 



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ven against the advice of those 

t«*li <Mll ! 

traveled before Katie Bartlett 



dared to go beyond the preset boundaries. 
This mentality is what sets Lehigh seniors 

Ready or 

LXto \ « 

apart fcoin the rest of the crowd. We take 

\otl\ing at race. value, question everything 

presented as fact and attempt to live our 

not we 

es to the best of at\v' ability. Katie trav- 
eled all the way to -Hawaii for spring break 



this year and was really able to spread her wings. When given the space, and resources, we 

are getting really to make 

have the ability to create things that can stretch the limits of our own imagination. To steal a 
theme from T~ield of Dreams , if we dream it, than it can happen. pAt this point in oiw lives we 



have the freedom to dream, create and captivate. Our time at Lehigh has given us all the tools 

a world £01* ourselves. 

required, now the world had iust better beware. 




Jacqueline Mayrosh 
Civil Engineering 



Brian J. Mcfidams 

Economics, Materials 

Science 



Kevin J. Mcfiloon 
Economics 




Katherine W. McCaffrey 
Accounting 



Brian T. McCann 
Accounting 



Jessica L. McCarthy 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology 



Jacqueline Mayrosh - Bethlehem, PA - American Society of Civil Engi 

Brian J. McAdams - Aston, PA - Economics Society. Student Materials Sen 

Phi Beta Kappa. Omicron Delta Epsilon, ASM International, IMS I 
Institute of Metals Forming 

Kevin J. McAloon - Glen Ridge. NJ - Kappa Sigma Fraternity - Gran 
of Ceromonies 

Katherine VV. McCaffrey Shelocta, PA 

Brian T. McCann - Warminster, PA - lnterfraternity Council- Treasurer. Zeta Psi 
Good Scholar. Fraternity Management Associate. Lambda Chi Alpha - Treasurer 

Jessica L. McCarthy - Missouri City, TX - University Productions. Volleyball 
Team 

Michael A. McCarthy - Chappaqua. NY - Mustard and Cheese Society - 
Historian/President 

Maura E. McCartney - Bethel Park. PA - Alpha Omicron Pi. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers, Society of Women Engineers 

Rebecca A. McCluskey ■ Brookside. NJ - Accounting Club. Alpha Gamma 
Delta. Panhellenic Judicial Board 

Shannon A. McCoy - Boonton. NJ -Gryphon Society. Wrestling Team - Manager 

Bryan \Y. McEnerney - Remington, NJ - Kappa Kappa Psi - Recording 
Secretary, Marching Band - Staff Assistant/Band Manager 97. Pep Band - 
Director. Student Materials Society - Secretary 

Timothy M. McGeary - New Kensington. PA - Gryphon Society. Lehigh 
Christian Fellowship - Bible Studs Leader/Executive Team Member/Worship 
Team Leader 

Erin S. McGill - Rockville. MD - Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, WLVR FM. Women's Rugby 

Erin McGrath - Woodbury. NJ - Gamma Phi Beta - Vice President. Marketing 
Club. Women in Business 

Gregory S. McNeal - Ocean. NJ - lnterfraternity Council - Vice President. 
Scabbard and Blade - Treasurer. Sigma Chi - Risk Manager/House Manager/ 
Pledge Educator, Army ROTC - Operations Officer 

Jennifer L. McNelley - Kenilworth, 1L - Delta Gamma - House Manager 




Michael fi. McCarthy 
Computer Engineering 



Maura E. McCartney 
Industrial Engineering 



Rebecca fi. McCluskey 

French, International 
Careers 



Shannon fi. McCoy 
Psychology 



Bryan W. McEnerney 
Materials Science 




Timothy M. McGeary 
Music 



Erin S. McGill 
Computer Engineering 



Erin McGrath 
Marketing 



Gregory S. McNeal 
International Relations 



Jennifer L. McNelley 
History 



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Kevin P. McPhillips 
Accounting 



Yuzida Md Yazid 
Marketing 



Stephanie Melillo 
Molecular Biology 



Ginette fi, Meluso 

English and Political 

Science 



Michael C. Memoli 
Mechanical Engineering 




Ruthann Mercadante 
Mechanical Engineering 



Lisa C. Merrill 

Architecture 



Brian L. Merritt 
Civil Engineering 



Peter E. Mescher 
Computer Engineering 



Charles T. Meyer 
Architecture 



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Kevin P. McPhillips - Carmel. NY 

Yuzida Md Yazid - Kajang. Malaysia 

Stephanie Melillo - Livingston. NJ - Biology Club-Green, Soccer 
Club 

Ginette A. Meluso - Hummelstown. PA - Student Ambassador. 
Committee of 100 (Crossroads of Knowledge) 

Michael C. Memoli - Northport, NY - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, Phi Kappa Theta 

Ruthann Mercadante - Glen Mills. PA - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

Lisa C. Merrill - Long Valley. NJ - Balance. Soccer Club 

Brian L. Merritt - Hershey, PA - Swimming Team 

Peter E. Mescher - Burke, VA - Association for Computing 
Machinery. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 

Charles T. Meyer - Albany. NY - Varsity Baseball 

Jennifer E. Meyer - Redding. CT - Gamma Phi Beta - Executive 
Board Member/Public Relations Chair/Standards Board Member. 
Panhellenic Judicial Board Member. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Beta Delta. 
Phi Eta Sigma 

Kyriakos D. Michailaros - Lake Katrine. NY - American Chemical 
Sociely.American Institute of Chemical Engineers 

Craig M. Michel - North Potomac, MD - Hillel Society. Lehigh 
Ranger Company. Student Ambassador. Scabbard and Blade. ROTC 
- Cadet Battalion Commander 

Maria Mielcarz - Langhorne. PA - Volleyball Team - Captain 

Adrienne R. Miller - Lake Forest, IL - Equestrian Club. 
Gymnastics Club. Kappa Alpha Theta - Social Chairman 

Adam J. Millsom - Newtown Square. PA - Alpha Tau Omega - Vice 
President 




Jen Meyer 
International Careers 



Kyriakos D. Michailaros 
Chemical Engineering 



Craig M. Michel 
English 




Marta Mielcarz 
Biology 



fidrienne Miller 
accounting 



fldam J. Millsom 
International Business 





Jennifer D. Minelli 
Marketing 



Andrew C. Mittendorf 
Finance 



Matthew C. Moffitt 
Gaming Club 




Philip D. Molter 
Architecture 



Junsim Moon 
Accounting 



Laura L. Moore 
Biochemistry 



Jennifer D. Minelli - Olyphant. PA - Alpha Pin - Vice President of 
Program Development/Director of Chapter E\ems 

Andrew C. Mittendorf Blue Bell. PA Soccer Team. Zela Psi 

Matthew C. Moffitt - Lake Ariel. PA 

Philip D. Molter - San Antonio, TX - Gryphon Society, Phi Beta Kappa 

Junsim Moon - Bethlehem. PA - Korean Students Association 

Laura L. Moore - Moscow. PA - American Chemical Society, Crew 

Club President. VVLVR FM 

Lida F. Mora - Mount Vernon. NY - Choral I'nion. Gryphon Society. 
International Club. Taekwando - Vice President. Students Against 
Violence - Vice President 

Brenda L. Morales - Pennsauken. NJ 

Matthew J. Moran - Tarry tow n. NY - Brown and White. Delta Tau 
Delta - Vice President/Social Chairperson/Historian. Ice Hockey 

Jamie C. Morris - New York. NY - Alpha Gamma Delta. Outing Club. 
WLVR FM. Sexual Health Peer Educator/Coordinator 

Jessica A. Morris - Darien. CT - Amaranth, Brow n and White. Delta 
Gamma. Philosophy Club. Soccer Club. Gamma. Lehigh Review, Vice 
President Fralernit\ Education. Honor Board 

Justin S. Morrison - Villanova. PA - Chi Phi 

Prinda Mulpramook - Mount Vemon. NY 

Wilmarie Muniz - Brooklyn. NY - Alpha Phi Omega - Vice President 
of Fellowship. Gryphon Society. SALSA. TALQ. Peer Counselor 
Coordinator 

Thomas C. Morrow * Bishop. GA - Student Senate - Assistant 
Treasurer in Charge of Policy. Alpha Phi Omega - Treasurer. Freshmen 
Orientation Leader, Institute for Industrial Engineers. University 
Productions 

Izanie Nad/im - Bethlehem. PA - International Club 




Linda F. Mora 
Political Science 



Brenda L. Morales 
Marketing 



Matthew J. Moran 
Finance, Marketing 



Jamie Morris 
International Careers 



Jessica fi. Morris 
English 




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Justin S. Morrison 
Mechanical Engineering 



Prinda Mulpramook 
Finance 



Wilmarie Muniz 
Psychology 



Thomas C. Murrow 
Industrial Engineering 



Izanie Nadzim 
Marketing 






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Deborah Nagcl 
Industrial Engineering 



Jameleh Najm 
Industrial Engineering 



Melissa Nappi 
Psychology 



Carol fi. Nasr 
International Careers 



Jeffrey I. Mass 
Computer Engineering 




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Cynthia G. Nazzaro 
English 



Worakarn Neeyakorn 
Physics 



Jennifer fi, Nesbitt 
Psychology, Interdiscipli- 
nary Art History 



Bryan P. Nesteriak 
Civil Engineering 



Caron Newby 
International Relations 



Deborah M. Nagel - Allentown, PA • Institute of Industrial Engineers, 
Society of Women Engineers 

Jameleh Najrn - Allentown. PA 

Melissa Nappi - Yardlev. PA - Alpha Onucron Pi. Gryphon Society. 
Cheerleading - Captain 

Carol A. Nasr - Bridgewater. NJ - Alpha Chi Omega.Tour Guide. Student 
Ambassador.lnvestment Club 

Jeffrey I. Nass - Bethlehem. PA - Association for Computing Machinery 
Officer. Epitome - Photography Editor. Hillel Society * Officer. Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic Engineers - Officer. International Microelectronic 
and Packaging Society 

Cynthia A. Nazzaro - Ridgewood. Ni 

Worakarn Neeyakorn - Bethlehem. PA 

Jennifer A. Nesbitt - Franklin Squa. NY - Omicron Delta Kappa, Psi Chi 

Bryan P. Nesteriak - Seymour. CT - American Society of Civil Engineers. 
Lacrosse, Ski Team 

Caron Newby • Wall, NJ 

Robert K. Newman - Columbia. MD - WLVR FM - General Manager. 
Orientation Leader 

Bik Y. Ng - New York, NY' - Asian Cultural Society. Chinese Culture Club 

Siv H. Ngan - Buchanan. NY - Asian Cultural Society - Vice President 
Cultural. Chinese Culture Club - Treasurer 

David V. Nguyen - Elizabethtown. PA - Asian Cultural Society. Chinese 
Culture Club. Volleyball. Taylor House Council - House Social. Intramural 
Sports - Soccer/Volleyball/Flag Football/Softball. Orientation Leader 

Lingan V. Nguyen - Philadelphia. PA - Asian Cultural Society, Institute of 
Electrical and Electronic Engineers, University Productions, Association 
for Computing Machinery - Chairperson 

Kathleen A. Nickels - Moorestown, NJ - Cut and Thrust Club. Korean 
Students Club. LU Debate Team. Pep Band. Scabbard and Blade. Soccer 
Team 




Robert K. Newman 
Marketing 



Bik Y Ng 
Civil Engineering 



Siv H. Ngan 

Finance, Marketing 




David V. Nguyen 
Computer Science 



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Lingan V. Nguyen 
Computer Science 



Kathleen fi. Nickels 
Architecture 






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Mays K. Nimeh 
Molecular Biology 



James M. Nixon 
Computer Engineering 



Sarah E. Noblitt 
Sociology 



Goddony Norrnil 
Biology.English 



Kathryn i. Norton 
Materials Science 



finthony fi. Noto 
Finance 



Sara E. Nowlin 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology, Misory 



Oliver E. Nunez 

Psychology. Political 

Science 



Mays K. Nimeh - Whitehall. PA 

James M. Nixon - Rahway, NJ - Association of Minority Business 
Students. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Marketing Club. 
National Society of Black Engineers - President. National Society of Black 
Engineers Community Outreach Program - Founder 

Sarah E. Noblitt - Mm Lakes. NJ - Gamma Phi Beta, Rho Chi 

Goddony Normil - Willinngboro. NJ - Choral Union. Cut and Thrust Club. 
Gryphon Society. Tae Kwon Do Club - President. Tacocca Scholars, 
Students Against Violence, Sigma Tau Dell - Co-Chairperson 

Jessica L. Norris - Cornwall. VT - Marching 97 - Freshman Manager, 
Kappa Kappa Psi - Historian/President. Concert Band. Brown and White 

Kathryn I. Norton - Cincinnati. OH - Alpha Gamma Delta. Student 
Materials Society. Swimming Team 

Anthony A. Noto - Parkridge. NJ - Golf Club.Theta Chi 

Sara E. Nowlin - Ventura. C A - Intramural Superv isor. STAR Academy - 
Advisory Board Member. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. Soccer Club. 
Lehigh Valley Aware 

Oliver E. Nunez - East Lansoowne. PA - S.T.A.R. Academy. Progressive 
Student Alliance 

Andrew D. O'Brien - North Wales. PA 

Kate M. O'Brien - Riverdale. NY - Alpha Omicron Pi. Rho Chi 

Calhryn R. O'Connell - Hartford. CT - Gamma Beta Phi. Public 
Relations St. Society of America 

Killian R. O'Connor - Matawan, NJ - Brown and White, Gryphon 
Society. LU Senate. Mustard and Cheese Society. WLVR FM - Program 
Director. World Affairs Club 

Peter W. O'Connor - Fairfield. CT - Sigma Phi Epsilon - Vice President of 
Finance 

Richard D. O'Connor - Fairfield. CT - Kappa Sigma - Social Chairman/ 
Rush Chairman/Pledge Educator. Rugby Club - E. Penn Rugby L'nion 
Representative 

Thomas J. O'Connor - Easton. PA 



Kate M. O'Brien 
Political Science 



Cathryn R. O'Connell 
Journalism 




Jessica L. Norris 
Journalism 




fin drew D. O'Brien 

Computer Engineering, 

Economics 




Killian R. O'Connor 
Civil Engineering and 
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Peter W. O'Connor 
Finance 



Richard D. O'Connor 
Finance 



Thomas J. O'Connor 
Psychology 



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Karen fi, O'Donnell 
French, Political Science 



Ryan fi. Oakley 
Materials Science 



Tiffany L Oakley 
Marketing 




Raymond J. Olive 
accounting. Business 
Information System 



finthony C. Pagano 
Accounting 



Naematul Omar 
Fin a nee. Marketing 



Matthew }. Orlowski 
Computer Engineering 



Karen A. O'Donnell - York\ ille. NY - College Scholars. Martindale 
Scholar. Alpha Oraicron Pi, Dean's Lis! 

Rvan A. Oakley - Harveys Lake PA - Student Materials Society, 

National Society of Professional Engineers- Student Member 

Tiffany L. Oakley - Lawrenceville. NJ - Marketing Club 

Ra> mond J. Olive - Stamford. CT - Sigma Alpha Mu - Vice President/ 
House Manager/Steward. Information Systems Club 

Naematul Omar - Washington. DC - International Club 

Matthew J. Orlowski Hamsburg. PA - Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers - Secretary 

Anthony C. Pagano - Cedar Gro\e. NJ - Sigma Chi - Rush Chairman 

John R. Palaia Easton. CT - Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa 

Joseph \V. Parker - Westfield, NJ - Lacrosse. Pi Kappa Alpha. English 

Club - President 

Michael G. Parker - Lehighton. PA - American Chemical Society 

Kristian E. Pascoli - East Greenwich. RI - Crew Club. French Club. 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Society of Aulmotive 
Engineers 

David J. Passarelli - Remington. NJ - Residence Hall Associauon.T 

a\lor College - President 

ShaiJesh M. Patel - Harrisburg. PA - Omicron Delta Kappa. Phi Beta 
Kappa. STAR. 

Michelle M. PeaJer - Sherwood. WI - Delta Gamma. Public Relations St. 
Society of America. Swimming Team. Student Athlete Executive Council 

Lauren N. Pelto - Ashby. MA - Tour Guide- Executive Board, Student 
.Ambassador. Public Relations Student Society of America 

Brian A. Pennock - West Law n. PA - .American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers -Executive Board Member. Gryphon Society - Treasurer/ 
Secretary. Lehigh Christian Fellowship 



John R. Palaia 

anthropology. Classical 

Civilization 




Joseph W. Parker 
English 



Michael G. Parker 
Chemistry 



Kristian E. Pascoli 
Mechanical Engineering 




David J. Passarelli 
Chemical Engineering 




Shailesh M. Patel 
Molecular Biology 



Michelle M. Pealer 

English, Psychology 




Lauren N. Pelto 
English 



Brian fl. Pennock 
Chemical Engineering 



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Julie E. Pentz 
Chemical Engineering 



Christofer R. Peppier 
Electrical Engineering 



Christine E. Perillo 
Psychology 



Glenn R. Pero 
Recounting 



Tannashae Perrine 
Marketing 



Tahron W. Person 
English 



ftndrew M. Petersohn 
Electrical Engineering 



Todd J. Peterson 
Computer Engineering 



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Julie E. Pentz • Neshanic Stat, NJ - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers, Jazz Ensemble - Section Leader, Kappa Alpha Theta - 
Presidenl/Vice President. Omicron Delta Kappa, Panhellenic Council, 
Society of Women Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Order of Omega 

Christofer R. Peppier - Lancaster. PA - Cross Country Team, Indoor 
Track Team. Outdoor Track Team 

Christine E. Perillo - Albertson. NY - Alpha Phi, Best Buddies, 
Mustard and Cheese Society 

Glenn R. Pero - Somers, CT - Accounting Club.LU Senate.WLVR 
FM 

Gina E. Perri - Little Silver. NJ • Gamma Beta Phi - President. 
Panhellenic Council 

Tannashae Perrine - Spotswood, NJ - Women's Study Programming 
Commiitee 

Tahron VV. Person - Mount Laurel, NJ - Football Team, Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes, COACH Program 

Andrew M. Petersohn - Norristown. PA - Phi Kappa Theta - 
Treasurer 

Todd J. Peterson - Whippany. NJ - Alpha Chi Rho - Rush Chairman. 
Ice Hockey - President 

Farah Petit - Port-au-Prince. Haiti - French Club, Beta Phi 

Keith E. Pettus - Cortez. FL - Institute of Industrial Engineers, 
Lacrosse Cluh. Zeta Psi 

Kim T. Phung - Wynomoor. PA 

Kevin A. Pinkos - Roslyn. PA - Lambda Chi Alpha - Vice President, 
Health Professions Society 

Johnna-Lynn Plant - Oakland. NJ - Delta Gamma - President. 
Panhellenic Council. Public Relations St. Society of America 

Branson Plocus - Home. PA - Wrestling Team 

Rachelle M. Plonski - Old Bridge. NJ - Crew Club 



Keith E. Pettus 
Industrial Engineering 



Kim T. Phung 
Materials Science 



Johnna-Lynn Plant 
International Careers 



Bronson Plocus 
Civil Engineering 



Gina E. Perri 

English and Political 

Science 




Farah Petit 
Management 




Kevin fi. Pinkos 
Molecular Biology 




Rachelle M. Plonski 
Architecture 





)ohn fi. Plumley 
Mechanical Engineering 



Kristen L. Pohl 
Mechanical Engineering 



Jill Polanczyk 
Psychology 




Scott L Poltrock 
Psychology 



Robin J. Pomerantz 
Social Psychology 



Brian T. Pope 
Chemical Engineering 



John A. Plumley H.iddonfield, NJ 

Kristcn L. Pohl - Washington, NJ - Gryphon Society, Outing Club 

Jill Polanczyk - Easlon. PA 

Scott L. Poltrock - Edison. NJ Omicron Delia Kappa. Sigin. 
Mu. Phi Beta Kappa 

Robin J. Pomerantz - Fort Lee. NJ - Phi Eta Sigma. Order of Omega. 
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chi Omega - Vice President of Education, 
Lehigh Outing Club. Safespace. Committee of 100. Senior Class Gift 
Campaign 

Brian T. Pope - Lehighton. PA - American Chemical Sociel> 

Drew B. Poppleton - Pittsburgh. PA - Football Team. Lehigh Christian 
Fellowship. Fellowship of Christian Athletes - President 

Daniel J. Poritzky - Chappau.ua. NY - Accounting Club. Zeta Pi 

Stephanie J. Prager - Larchmont. NY - Alpha Phi 

Michael K. Price - Bloomtield. CT - Lehigh University Varsity 
Swimmer.Dean s List. Lehigh Intramurals. Volunteer in Health 
Professions 

Kimberly A. Prince - Tuscon. AZ - Kappa Alpha Theta 

David B. Prossner - Trappe. MD • International Careers Club. 
Lacrosse Team. Zeta Psi 

Agnieszka Przeszlowska - Manchester. CT - Ski Team. International 
Club - President. Phi Beta Delta - Vice President, Gryphon Society, 
Lehigh Christian Fellowship. Omicron Delta Kappa 

Brian P. Purdy - Northport. NY' - Theta Xi - Vice President. Rugb\ 
Club 

Lynn A. Qualey - Bemardsville. NJ - Alpha Phi • Chaplain. Brown 
and White -Assistant News Editor. Panhellenic Judicial Board. Student 
Ambassador, FORWARD - President 

Kimberly A. Quinn - Pound Ridge. NY' - Brown and White. STAR, 
SAIV - Secretary 








Drew B. Poppleton 
Cognitive Science 



Daniel J. Poritzky 
Recounting 



Stephanie Prager 
Political Science 



Michael K. Price 
Behavioral Neuroscience 



Kimberly fi. Prince 
Finance 




David B. Prossner 
International Careers 



fignieszka Przeszlowska 
Environmental Science 



Brian P. Purdy 
architecture 



Lynn fi. Qualey 
English 



Kimberly fl. Quinn 
accounting 




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When you think about it, despite all of the attention they receive, tailgates are really quite harmless. It is a 
time to emoy what is left of the nice weather, get yourself reacquainted with old friends and root the Mountain 
Hawks to yet another victory. Elena Zilbermann and Jennifer Minelli. seen here, are probably just laughing and 

reminiscing. They wouldn't just be laughing at someone doing something silly in the distance. That sort of 
thing does not happen at tailgates. Sure there is free food and beer, but that is not why people come. Right ?? 







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Shannon B. Raffcrty 
Mechanical Engineering 



Matthew S. Ramsay 
Finance 



Richie Rana 
Biology 




Angela M. Rattray 
Industrial Engineering 



Martina J. Reale 
Mechanical Engineering 



fimy L Reddington 
Industrial Engineering 



Shannon B. Raffcrty - Bethlehem, PA - American 

Engineers, Pi Beta Phi, Society of Women Engim m 

Facility Supervisor, National Society of Professional Engii 

Matthew S. Ramsay - Westhampton Beach. NY Kappa Alpha Hi 
Manager 

Richie Rana - Richland. WA - Asian Cultural Society, Ik i Bui 
Indian Student Association, WLVR FM, STAR Academy. Studi nl 
Against Violence. Lehigh Community Service 

Angela M. Rattray Albany. NY - NSBE.IMAPS - Sen. tai 
Treasurer.IIE - Vice President of Development 

Martina J. Reale - Geneva. NY - American Society ol Mechanical 
Engineers, Pi Tan Sigma - Secretary. Society of Women Engineers, Tennis 
Team 

Amy L. Reddington - Ardmore. PA - Alpha Gamma Delta. Institute ol 
Industrial Engineers, Society of Women Engineers 

Erin K. Reiter - Upper Saddle. NJ - Brown and White. Delta Gamma, 
Public Relations St. Society of America - President. Swimming Team 

Paul M. Renaut - Hanover, PA - Sigma Alpha Mu. Volleyball Club 

Toni L. Rhyder - Ashfield, PA 

Brian R. Rich - Hermitage. PA - Accounting Club. Alpha Chi Rho 
Treasurer. Beta Alpha Psi- Treasurer, Phi Ela Sigma - Treasurer, Beta 
Gamma Sigma 

Kenneth D. Richlin - Wayside. NJ - Delta Chi - Treasurer.Gaming Club - 
Secretary, Philosophy Club, Tae Kwon Do, WLVR FM 

David A. Rink - Slatington. PA - Gryphon Society 

Susan Riskin - Necdham. MA - Alpha Gamma Delta. Order of Omega 

Andrew G. Ritter - Gt Bamngton, MA - Chi Epsilon 

Stephen C. Rittler - Glenside, PA 

Shannon T. Rivers - Bethlehem. PA - Delta Sigma Theta- President. Rho 
Phi. Black Student Union, ISIS. Genesis Gospel Choir. Dean's List 



Erin K. Reiter 
Journalism 



Paul M. Renaut 
Chemical Engineering 



Toni L. Rhyder 
architecture 



Brian R. Rich 
accounting 




Kenneth 0. Richlin 
Computer Engineering 




David fi. Rink 


Susan Riskin 


Andrew Q. Ritter 


Stephen C. Rittler 


International Relations 


Psychology 


Architecture, Civil 
Engineering 


Computer Engineering 



Shannon T. Rivers 
Sociology 



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Michael R. Rizzo 
Political Science 



Melissa ). Rodriguez 
Mask, Psychology 



Christina L. Roedema 
English 



fldam T. Romary 
Environmental Sciences 



filex Ronning 
Management 




Laura E. Roos 
Materials Science 



Ward R Roper 
Civil Engineering 



Elizabeth H. Rorick 
Molecular Biology 



Jason fi. Ross 
Accounting 



Robert J. Rowcotsky 
Electrical Engineering 



Michael R. Rizzo - Scranton, PA - Sigma Nu - Vice President 

Melissa J. Rodriguez - Newtown, CT - Wind Ensemble. Orchestra, 
Choral Union. Dean's List 

Christina L. Roedema - Rutherford, NJ - Alpha Gamma Delta - Personal 
Development Coordinator, Residence Hall Association, Earth and 
Environmental Science Club 

Adam T. Romary - McLean. VA 

Alex Ronning - Cherry Hill, NJ - Golf Club. Soccer Club, Theta Delta 
Chi. University Productions 

Laura E. Roos - Lehighton. PA - Society of Women Engineers 

Ward F. Roper - Bethlehem. PA 

Elizabeth H. Rorick - Annapolis. MD - Concert Band, Marching Band. 
Pep Band, Pi Beta Phi - Secretary, Scabbard and Blade, Army ROTC 

Jason A. Ross - East Branswic, NJ - Accounting Club, Delta Chi - Vice 
President, Iacocca Scholar. Beta Alpha Psi. Phi Beta Delta. International 
Partners Program. Beta Gamma Sigma 

Robert J. Rowcotsky - Lawrenceville, NJ - University Productions. 
WLVR FM 

Sara Rusnak - Manalapan, NJ - College Republicans - Vice President, 
Women in Business Club, Dean's List 

Vittorio A. Russo - Aberdeen. NJ - Sigma Phi Epsilon - President. 
Accounting Club - President. Order of Omega. Beta Alpha Psi.T heater 
Production 

Melissa A. Rutigliano - Carmel. IN - SAIV. Vice President of Service for 
the Newman Center. Marlindale Society.Health Professions Society 

Michael J. Ryan - North Wales. PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Cross Country Team. Jazz Ensemble. Kappa Alpha - Vice 
President Social. Lacrosse Club 

Nicholas M. Sabatini - Wyoming. PA - Delta Tau Delta - Director of 
Academic Affairs/House Manager 

Natalie D. Sacco - Absecon. NJ - Alpha Chi Omega. Phi Beta Kappa. 
Order of Omega. Omicron Delta Kappa. Phi Eta Sigma.Tour Guide. 
Student Ambassador. Epitome. Senior Class Gift Committee 




Sara Rusnak 
Finance 



Vittorio (i. Russo 
accounting 



Melissa 6. Rutigliano 
Molecular Biology 




Michael J. Ryan 
Mechanical Engineering 



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Nicholas M. Sabatini 
Architecture 



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Natalie D. Sacco 
Molecular Biology 





Rebecca Sagayln 
Finance 



Jody M. Salbo 
Finance 



firnanda M. Sage 
Mechanical Engineering 



Garrett E. Sager 

accounting 




Sofia F. Santos 
Psychology 



Tracie fi. Saucier 
Architecture 



Rebecca E. Sagalyn - Wilbraham. MA - Investment Club 

Amanda M. Sage - Harrisburg, PA - Kappa Alpha Theta, Socii (5 ol 
Manufacturing Engineers, [ndoor Track Team- Co-Captain. Outdooi 
Track and Field- Co-Captain. Student-Athlete Executive Board 

Garrett E. Sager - Yardley, PA - Beta Theta Pi - President/Steward, 
[nterfraternity Council, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha P<a - President 

Jody M. Salbo - Oceatistde, NY 

Sofia K Santos - Union, NJ 

Tracie A. Saucier - Saco. ME - Alpha Omicron Pi. Soccer Team 

William D. Scales - Westwood. MA 

Ryan P. Scanlon - Newtown Sq, PA - [nterfraternity Council, 
Sigma Alpha Mu - Social Chair, LU Senate, LUTV. Order of Omega, 
Project Impact 

Michele L. Seanzillo - Belleville. NJ - Accounting Club. LU 
Philharmonic Orchestra 

Seth Schechtman - Great Neck. NY 

Christopher C. Scheier - Branchburg. NJ - Swimming Team 

Rachel M. Schlossherg - Sharon. MA - Alpha Chi Omega, Investment 
Club, Women in Business 

Katrina T. Schmakel - Perrysburg, OH - Lehigh lor Life - President, 

International Club - Treasurer. College Republicans - President. 
Association of Computing Machinery - Vice President. Global Union - 
Secretary. Tennis Team, Society of Women Engineers. Tau Beta Pi 

Jacqueline A. Schmelkin Rye Brook. NY - Alpha Phi 

Wendy J. Schrnell - Bethlehem, PA - Public Relations Student Society 
of America - Secretary, University Events Intent 

John B. Schmerge - Havertown. PA - Concert Band. Delta Sigma Phi. 
Epitome, Marching Band, WLVR FM, Phi Eta Sigma 




William D. Scales 
English and Biology 



Ryan P. Scanlon 
Biochemistry 



Michele L. Seanzillo 
Accounting 



Seth Schechtman 
Biology 



Christopher C. Scheier 
Marketing 




Rachel M. Schlossberg 
Finance 



Katrina T. Schmakel 
Computer Science 



Jackie Schmelkin 

Sociology/ Social 

Psychology 



Wendy ]. Schrnell 
Journalism 



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John B. Schmerge 
Computer Science 



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George G. Schmidt 
Marketing 



Steven C. Schmidt 
Molecular Biology 



Eric fi. Schneider 
Mechanical Engineering 



Haley R. Schneider 
Psychology 



Michael L. Schneider 
Industrial Engineering 



Chad S. Schorr 
Computer Science 



Scott Schreiber 
English 



Jennifer E. Schutt 
Architecture 



George G. Schmidt - Remsenburg, NY - Frisbee Club - Treasurer, 
Brown and White. Marketing Club 

Steven C. Schmidt - Bonoville. VT - Ski Team 

Eric A. Schneider - Bethlehem. PA - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. Sigma Nu. Soccer Club. The Newman 
Council. Society of Automotive Engineers. Formula SAE 

Haley R. Schneider - Mt Vernon. NY - Delta Gamma - Director 
of Well Aware 

Jaclyn S. Schneider - Melville. NY - Alpha Phi - Steward 

Michael L. Schneider - Sharon. MA - Delta Phi 

Chad S. Schorr - Brookside, NJ - Delta Phi - Vice President. 
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 

Scott Schreiber - Jericho. NY 

Jennifer E. Schutt - Laguna Niguel. CA - Alpha Omicron Pi. 
Gryphon Society. Crew Club 

Emily J. Schwartz - Stamford. CT - Kappa Alpha Theta.Women's 
Rugby 

Danielle V. Schvvarz - Wantagh. NY - Alpha Phi- Vice President 
of Marketing. Dean's List, Accounting Club. T.A.L.Q. Order of 
Omega 

Melissa M. Scotti - Slaten Island. NY - Alpha Chi Omega.Crew 
Club. Marketing Club 

David \V. Sederbaum - Armont. NY' - Zeta Psi - Secretary 

Brandon D. Sedgwick - Hanover, MA - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. Gryphon Society, Lehigh Engineering 
Center. Pi Tau Sigma - Vice President 

Amit K. Sen - Hatfield. PA - American Institute o\ Chcinic.il 
Engineers. Asian Cultural Society. Indian Student Association. 
International Partners Program. Peer Tutor 

Eiisa A. Sena - Garden City, NY - Gamma Phi Beta 



Danielle V. Schwarz 
Accounting 



Melissa M. Scotti 
Marketing 



Jaclyn S, Schneider 

Psychology, Political 

Science 




Emily J. Schwartz 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology, Spanish 




David W. Sederbaum 
History 






Brandon D. Sedgwick 
Mechanical Engineering 



fimit K. Sen 
Chemical Engineering 



Elisa fi. Sena 
Social Relations 



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because Route 22 is always av\ adve.v\\i\re.. Xkese friends, witk wide 

y i»oo«l limits 

smiles across tkeir faces, ave reminiscing ana re.i-ne.rno&r\ng tke good 



times. Tkere is muck to take away from tke J_ekigk experience but, 

owoil ns oil roil. 

tke most treasured memories at'e tkose tkat were skared witk tl\e 



friends tkat we will kave for tke rest of oi\v' lives. 



U'.n./y Kelley, Joanna ,\I.'.v,.im. Jessica TJafiAore., j\ l.u'\,»ini {Zommarn!tsl<y/ and JSAaura /\I.-L<irfn t 'v bond over .in appetizer ai /^pplebi 




Matthew A. Senecal 
Finance 



Emre Sengul 
Industrial Engineering 



John W. Shabaker 
Chemical Engineering 



Kori S. Shafer-Krzeskki 
Marketing 



Brett E. Shallcross 
Electrical Engineering 




Mary R. Shanley 
Biology 



James P. Shea 
C/V/7 Engineering 



Kimberly Shenberg 
Journalism 



Kelly L. Sheridan 
Political Science 



Patrick T. Sheridan 
Electrical Engineering 



Matthew A. Senecal - Bethesda, MD - Sigma Alpha Ma 

Erare SenguJ - Bethlehem, PA - Institute of Industrial Engineers. 
International Club. Society of Manufacturing Engineers 

John VV. Shabaker - Chatham, NJ - American Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. Concert Band. Delta Sigma Phi. Marching Band. Pep Band. Tau 
Beta Pi - Vice President 

Kori S. Shaf'er-Krzesicki - Storrs. CT - Alpha Omicron Pi. Cross Country 
Team, Indoor Track Team - Captain, Outdoor Track Team - Captain 

Brett E. Shallcross - Philadelphia. PA - Marching 97. Kappa Kappa Psi. 
Concert Band 

Mary R. Shanley - Mountainhome. PA - Student Ambassador.T our 
Guide. Dean's Discipline Committee. WLVR FM. College Republicans. 
Investment Club 

James P. Shea - Chester. NY - Ski Team- President 

Kimberly M. Shenberg - Huntingdon Valley. PA - Brown and While. 
Kappa Alpha Theta- Activities Chair. T.A.L.Q. 

Kelly L. Sheridan - Denviile, NJ 

Patrick T. Sheridan - Athens, PA - Chess Club, Psi Upsilon- House 
Manager 

Erik S. Sherman - Larchmont. NY - Accounting Club, Ski Club. 
Infraternily Council. Marketing Club. Dean's List. Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Jennifer R. Sherrard - Goshen. KY - Alpha Omicron Pi. Marketing Club 

Jeffrey J. Sherzer - Indian Mills. NJ - Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers, Outing Club - Treasurer. Progressive Student 
Alliance. WLVR FM 

Sang Y. Staon - Allentown. PA 

Craig A. Sicular - Mansfield. MA - Phi Kappa Theta - President, 
Interfratemity Council. Investment Club. Order of Omega 

Bart A. Siegel - Clayton. NJ - American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 
College Republicans. Delta Upsilon, Economics Society 





Erik S. Sherman 
accounting. Marketing 



Jennifer R. Sherrard 
Marketing 



Jeffrey J. Sherzer 

Electrical Engineering, 

Engineering Physics 




Sang Y Shon 
Management 



Craig fi. Sicular 
Finance 



Bart ft. Siegel 
Mechanical Engineering 





Megan F, Sigman 
Sociology 



fillison L. Sims 
Marketing 



Timothy Q. Skibitsky 
Mechanical Engineering 




Brian R. Slivinski 
Mechanical Engineering 



Susan M. Small 
Art 



fidrienne E. Smith 
Civil Engineering 



Megan F. Sigman - Nazareth. PA - Public Relan'oi 

America, Omicron Delta Kappa. Tour Guide. Student Ambassadi 

chair of Media Steering Committee lor Project I n 

Allison L. Sims West Newton. PA - Basketball Team - Captain. 
Student Athlete Executie Board 

Timothy G. Skibitsky - Lung Grove. IL - American Sot 
Mechanical Engineers. Football Team. Mountain Biking Club. Society of 
Manufacturing Engineers. Lambda Chi Alpha - High Kappa/High Iota/ 
House Manager 

Brian R. Slivinski Selinsgrove, PA 

Susan M. Small - Entmuus. PA 

Adrienne E. Smith - Green Lane. PA - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Tau Beta Pi. LU Philharmonic 

Erika J. Smith - Staten Island. NY National Societ) "I Black 
Engineers. Gymnastics Club. Genesis Gospel Choir 

Karen M. Smith - Marllon. NJ - Fnsbee Club. Institute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers. Pi Beta Phi. Society of Women Engineers - 
President, lacocca Scholar. Executive Tour Guide 

Katherine ML Smith - Chevy Chase. MD - Alpha Omicron Pi. Ski 
Team. WLYR FM. Alpha Omicron Pi - House Manager 

Marc G. Smith - Jackson. NJ - Chi Phi. College Republicans. Institute 
of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Soccer Club. WLVR FM 

Ryan H. Smith Shaker Height. OH • Theta Xi 

YanEssa J. Smith - Bethlehem. PA • Alpha Phi. Dancin'. Marketing 



Carol Snaith - Amherst. NH - GLASS. Salespace. University 

Productions 

John M. Sniscak • Ellicott City. MD - Golf Club. Investment Club 

Allen L. Snyder - Beverly. NJ - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 

David I. Snyder - Philadelphia. PA - Theta Chi - Executive Board. 
Economics Society. Hillel Society. Soccer Club. Theta Chi 











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Erika J. Smith 
Mechanical Engineering 



Karen M. Smith 
Electrical Engineering 



Katherine M. Smith 
Psychology 



Marc G. Smith 
Computer Science 



Ryan H. Smith 

Accounting 




VanEssa J. Smith 
Finance, Marketing 



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Carol Snaith 
Environmental Sciences 

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John M. Sniscak 
Management, Marketing 



Alien L Snyder 
Mechanical Engineering 



David I. Snyder 
Economics 



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Dayna E. Snyder 
Marketing 



Matthew B. Snyder 
Chemical Engineering 



Rebecca fi. Solowski 
accounting 



Ursula M. Sommese 
Marketing 



Nathaniel W. Soron 
Accounting 



Michael D. Spagnola 
Mechanical Engineering 



Nicole M. Spinelli 
Ecology 



Daniel F. Spisak 
Biochemistry 



Dayna E. Snyder - Flourtown. PA - Delta Gamma. Panhellenic Council, 
Order of Omega. Phi Beta Delta 

Matthew B. Snyder - Coatesville. PA 

Rebecca A. Solowski - Avenel. NJ - Accounting Club, Alpha Phi - Vice 
President of Finance, Dean's List. Beta Alpha Psi - Vice President. Sexual 
Health Peer Educator 

Ursula M. Sommese - North Calowel. NJ - Alpha Gamma Delta 

Sasha Sopic New York. NY 

Nathaniel W. Soron - Niskayuna. NY - Theta Chi 

Michael D. Spagnola - Easton, PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Outing Club 

Nicole M. Spinelli - Centereach, NY - Dean's List. Students Against 
Violence - Secretary 

Daniel F. Spisak - Hamsburg. PA - American Chemical Society. Baseball 
Team - Captain. Student-Athlete Council 

Graham Stanford - Bethlehem. PA - Gryphon Society. Mustard and 
Cheese Society 

Daniela Stanin - Ridgefield. NJ - Alpha Phi - Assistant Rush Chair. 
Epitome, Student Ambassador, Phi Beta Delta 

James G. Stanley - Wyckoff, NJ - Lehigh Christian Fellowship, Student 
Senate - Vice President, Rugby Club 

James B. Stauder - HyattsviUe, MD - American Society of Civil 
Engineers. Chi Epsilon. Crew Club - President/Equipment Manager. Tau 
Beta Pi. Phi Beta Kappa 

Michelle M. Stopper - Williamspon. PA - Rugby Club - Match Secretary, 
Running Club - Secretary, Omicron Delta Kappa - Treasurer. Phi Beta 
Kappa. Phi Eta Sigma. College Scholar Program 

Porter Stowell - Wilton, ME - Ski Team. Phi Kappa Theta 

Patrick M. Strenk - Annandale. NJ - Fishing 



Daniela Stanin 
Marketing 



James G. Stanley 
Marketing 



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Michelle M. Stopper 

Earth and Environmental 

Science 



Porter Stowell 
Accounting 



Sasha Sopic 
Computer Science 




Graham Stanford 
Spanish 




James B. Stauder 

Architecture, Civil 

Engineering 




Patrick M. Strenk 

Civil Engineering, Earth 

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Mark E. Strolle 
Computer Science 



Beth fi. Stromstedt 
Industrial Engineering 



Gregory C. Strong 
Finance 




Joanne V. Strout 
Industrial Engineering 



Christopher G. Stuzynski 
Economics 



Malliga Soewattana 
Physics 



Mark E. Strolle - Wallingford, PA - Associal mpuiing 

Machinery, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers 

Beth A. Stromstedt - Massapeoua Pa. NY Gamma Beia Phi. Institute 
of Industrial Engineers. Panhellenic Council 

Gregory C. Strong - Si Davios, PA - Alpha Tau I 
Inlerlraternilv Council - Social Chairman 

Joanne V. Strout - Litchfield, ME - Softball Team 

Christopher <;. Stuzynski -Clifton, NJ - Economics Society, 

Investment Club. Mustard Seeds Fellowship. Thela Chi - Tailgate 
Chairman.Taekwando 

Malliga Suewattana - Bethlehem. PA 

Michael Surowiecki - Dortmund Germany. - IntemationaJ Club, Ski 
Team. Soccer Club. German Club - President 

Eric H. Swanson - Topsfield, MA - Accounting Club. Delia Tau Delia - 
Treasurer. Outing Club.Soccer Club. Sludent Advisory Council. 
University Committee on Discipline. FMA Board • Corresponding 
Secretary 

Orly H. Tabak - Marlboro. NJ - Delta Gamma - Vice President 
Membership. Marketing Club - Vice President. Student Senate 

Veronica L. Tabares - Bethlehem. PA - Women in Business. Mustard 
and Cheese Society. Peer Educator 

Tara E. Takacs - Bethlehem. PA 

Sisto Tallini - Floral Park, NY - American Sociel) of Ci\ il Engineers. 
Crew Cluh. Lacrosse. Outing Club 

Pimporn A. Tantamjarik - Orange. CA - Gryphon Society. Student 
Ambassador. Ski/Snowboard Club 

Cameron C. Taylor - Boston. MA - Alpha Pi Mu. Institute of Industrial 
Engineers. Tennis Team. Zeta Psi 

Danielle M. Teagno - Montvale. NJ - Alpha Phi. STAR Tutor. Student 
Ambassador 

Kimberly M. Tedd - Pennington. NJ - Crew Club. Peer Mentor Group - 
Co-founder 




Michael Surowiecki 
Accounting, Finance 



Eric H. Swanson 
Accounting 



Orly H. Tabak 

International Business, 

Marketing 



Veronica L. Tabares 
International Careers 



Tara E. Takacs 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology 




Sisto Tallini 

Architecture, Civil 

Engineering 



Pimporn fi. Tantamjarik 
Management 



Cameron C. Taylor 
Industrial Engineering 




Danielle M. Teagno 
Molecular Biology 



Kimberly M. Tedd 
Psychology 



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Kristin fi. Tedesco 
Civil Engineering 



Alexander S. Teeman 
accounting 



Gerald ). Telgheder 
Finance, Marketing 




Frank C. Tiano 
Marketing, Management 



Charles D. Tier 
Computer Engineering 



Christ! L. Tinninis 
International Relations 



Krislin A. Tedesco - Hopewell. NJ - American Society of Civil Ens. 

Band. Epitome - Siudeni Life Editor. Marching Band. S men Engineers 

Alexander S. Teeman - Kalonah. NY - Sigma Alpha Mu Tie i ,hip 

Chairman. Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Delia Kappa. Phi hta Sigma 

Gerald J. Telgheder Monrvale, NJ - Delta Tau Delta • President. Interfrats 
Council. Student Council - Secretary 

Frank C. Tiano - Holland. PA - Deans List Marketing Hub, American Chi 
Association, Intramural Football/Hockey/Soccer 

Charles D. Tier - Columbus. NJ - Track & Field Team - Captain. Student Athlete 
Council. COACH. Program 

Christi I.. Tinninis - Jonestown, PA 

Ngan T. To - Upper Darby. PA - Asian Cultural Society. Chinese Culture Club - 
President. Boys and Girls Club Volunteer 

Michael W. Toborg - Broad Channel. NY • American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Soccer Club. University Productions. Society of Automotive Engineers, 
FSAE. 

Christopher J. Toeplitz - Bridgewater. NJ - Interfralemity Council. International 
Relations Club. Lambda Chi Alpha - Social Chairman. Infraternity Jud 
Council Member 

Ylatka A. Tomazic - Silver Spring, MD - Gamma Phi Beta - Alumni Relations 
Chair/Steward, Lacrosse. Project IMPACT. Psi Chi 

Nguyen T. Tran - Easton. PA - Asian Cultural Society. Chinese Culture Club 

Mayuree Treeprasertpoj - Bethlehem. PA - Accounting Club. Asian Cultural 
Society. Chinese Culture Club 

Keith A. Treonze - Belle Mead. NJ - Baseball Team - Co-captain. Institute of 
Industrial Engineers. Omicron Delta Kappa. Phi Kappa Theta - Recording Secretary 

Paul J. Troiano - Briarclif Mnr, NY -Accounting Club. Gaming Club, Golf Club. 
Outdoor Track Team. The Newman Council. Theta Chi - Steward/Rush 
Coordinator/BBC Member/Doors Party VIP Member/ Anti-house Duty Chairman 

Scott A. Troutman - Mifflmburg. PA - Golf Club 

Susan Tso - Huserstown. MD 




Ngan T. To 
Finance 



Michael W. Toborg 
Mechanical Engineering 



Christopher J. Toeplitz 
Finance 



Vlatka fi. Tomazic 
Psychology 



Nguyen T. Tran 
Finance 






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Mayuree Treeprasertpoj 
Accounting 



Keith fi. Treonze 
Industrial Engineering 




Paul ]. Troiano 
Accounting 



Scott fi. Troutman 
Molecular Biology 



Susan Tso 
Psychology 



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Charles fl. Turner 
Mechanical Engineering 



Paul d. Tasting 
Mechanical Engineering 



filison R. Tweedie 
Biochemistry 



Stephen T. Twilliger 
accounting 



Adrian CJIrich 
Architecture 




Curtis J. Underwood 
Civil Engineering 



Robert fl. Upton 
Mechanical Engineering 



VRki fi. Uremovich 
Molecular Biology 



Daniel R. VanDeputte 
Mechanical Engineering 



Alexis VanDer Sterre 
fin, Political Science, 
International Careers 



Charles A. Turner - Annandale. VA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Crew Club, Golf Club. Ski Team 

Paul A. Tusting - Cambridge. MA - Gryphon Society. Outing Club - 
President. Pi Tau Sigma - President 

Alison R. Tweedie - Tu inshurg. OH - American Chemical Society. 
International Club. Outing Club. Tennis Team - Captain. WLVR FM.Phi Eta 
Sigma - President 

Stephen T. Twilliger - Rochester. N Y - Pi Kappa Alpha 

Adrian E. Ulrich - New Canaan. CT - Interlraternity Council. Ja/7 
Ensemble. Phi Delta Theta - President 

Curtis J. Underwood - Danville, PA - American Society of Civil 
Engineers - Vice President. Golf Club. Sigma Nu. Soccer Club -Vice 
President 

Robert A. Upton - West Chester. PA - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. Gryphon Society. Pi Beta Phi -Student Vice President. Soccer 
Club, Peer Educator. Peer Tutor. Intramural Sports 

Vicki A. Uremovich - Lake Forest, IL - French Club, Soccer Team. 
Departmental Honors, Biological Science, COACH program. Student- 
Athlete Council, Dean's List 

Daniel R. VanDeputte - Cherry Hill. NJ - American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

Alexis VanDer Sterre - Morristown. NJ 

Erica VanZandt - No Attleboro. MA - Alpha Omicron Pi - Vice President 
of Adminisiration/New Member Educator, Rho Chi - Rush Counselor 

Hildaura D. Vence - Brooklyn. NY - Delta Sigma Theta - President, Vice 
Presidenl, Black Student Union - Treasures. Black Student Union, Dancin', 
National Society of Black Engineers. SALSA. Big Brother-Big Sister 

in. Star Tutor. Isis 

Matthew J. Vickery - Hanover. MA - GLASS - Vice President. 
History Club - Secretary 

KinnYitet - Brooklyn, N^ N monal Society ol Black Engineers 

Michael J. Vitt - Ocean. NJ - Delta Chi - President, Interfraternity Council 

Jennifer L. Vogt - Parklon. MD - Accounting Club. Gamma Phi Beta 




Erica VanZandt 
Behavioral lieuroscience 



Hildaura D. Vence 
Psychology 



Matthew J. Vickery 
history 




Kino Vitet 
Civil Engineering 



Michael }. Vitt 
Computer Science 



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Jennifer L. Vogt 
accounting 




fiimcc L. Von Haase 
Marketing 



Heidi L. Wachs 
Journalism 



Gregory H. Walker 
Natural Science 




Keith B. Wallace 
Finance 



Davis L. Walmsley 
Finance 



Sara K. Walters 
Accounting 



Aimee L. Von Haase - Great fells, VA - WLVR FM Public Affairs DirectoH 
General Manager, Pi Beta Phi - Founding Membei Hi n Women in 

Business Club. Marketing Club. Brown and White Ad Sun 
Marketing Association, Student Am :nch Club. SAIV k. 

Hall Assoeialion - Hall Representative 

Heidi L. Wachs - Bridgewater, NJ - Hillel Societ] - Presidenl 

White - Editor. Societ] ol Professional Journalists, Omicron Delta Kapppa. 

Student Ambassador 

Gregory H. Walker - Severna Park. MD 

Keith B. Wallace - Holden. MA - Phi Gamma Delia 

Davis I.. Walmsley I lenver, PA - Pi Kappa Alpha - President. Soccer Club. 
Iacocca Scholar. Martindale Scholar. 

Sara K. Walters Sound Beach. NY - Accounting Club. Rho Chi. Order ol 
( Imega, Alpha Phi - Vice President of Chapter Operations. Beta Alpha Psi - 
Corresponding Secretary 

Christopher S. W'alz - Wallingford, CT - American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers 

Kristy M. Wannenwetsch - Bethlehem. PA 

William J. Washburn Wilmington. DE 

Christopher K. Watabe • Upper Saddle. NJ - LU Sound - President. 
Universil Productions 

Traeej J. Waters - Pennington. NJ - Gamma Phi Beta 

Patricia H. Watson - VVestfield, IN - Volleyball Team 

Lauren M. Weber - Haddonfield. NJ - Choral Union. Gryphon Society. 
Residence Hall Association - Treasurer/President. Societ) of Women 
Engineers. International Microelectronics and Packaging Societ] - President 

Robin Wehhe - Newtown Squar. PA - Ice Hockey, Lacrosse Club - Vice 
Presidenl. Ski Team - President 

Steven C. Wein - Plainsboro. NJ 

Robin B. Weiner - Huntington St. NY - College Republicans. Gamma Phi 
Beta. Marketing Club. Student Senate. Rho Chi 




Christopher S. Walz 
Mechanical Engineering 



Kristy M. Wannenwetsch 
English, Political Science 



William ]. Washburn 

Religion Studies, 

Anthropology 



Christopher K. Watabe 
Economics, Music 



Patricia H. Watson 
International Relations 



Lauren M. Weber 
Industrial Engineering 



Robin Wehbe 

Recounting, Finance 



Steven C. Wein 
Biology 



Tracey J. Waters 
English 




Robin B. Weiner 
Marketing 



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Computer Engineering 





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Lauren E. Weiss 
Mathematics 



Christopher W. Welch 
Computer Science 



John K. Wieber Jr 
Mechanical Engineering 



Colin Williams 
Psychology 



Eric D. Williams 
Civil Engineering 




(Jlt'iin C. Weiss Jr - Lansdowne, PA - Concert Band, Delta Sigma 
Phi, Soccei Club 

Lauren E. Weiss - Cranford, NJ - Alpha Phi Omega. Gymnastics 
Club - President. T.A.L.Q. 

Christopher W. Welch - Burke. VA - Gaming Club - President 

David J. Welsh - Westmont, NJ - American Chemical Society, 
Cross Country Team - Captain, Indoor Track Team - Captain. 
Outdoor Track Team - Captain. Student Materials SocietJ 

Kimherly A. Wicken Chagrin Falls, OH - Gamma Phi Beta. 
Marketing Club. Women in Business 

John K. Wieber Jr - New Canaan, CT 

Colin Williams Sound Beach. NY 

Eric D. Williams - Quakertown, PA - Phi Gamma Delta. Rugby 
Club 

Jessica L. Williamson - Huntington Bay. NY - Brown and White. 
Society of Professional Journalists, Alpha Phi - Correspondence 
Secretary 

Lauren E. Williman - Oakhurst, NJ • Alpha Gamma Delta. 
University Productions 

Carrie A. Wilson - San Jose, CA - Wind Ensemble - President. 
Order ..I Omega - Secretary. Marching '97 - Instrument Manager 

Erin L. Wilson - Quakertown, PA - Crew Club - Secretary. 
Biology Club. International Club 

Kelly K. Wilson - Milton. MA - Alpha Phi. International Club. 
College Scholar, Martindale Society Scholar 

Benjamin J. Wines - Mahopac, NY - Theta Chi 

Brian D. Withrow Boyds. MD - WLVR FM 

Lauren K. Wolf - E Greenville. PA 



Carrie fi. Wilson 
Computer Science 



Benjamin Wines 
Management 



David J. Welsh 
Materials Science 




Kimberly fi. Wicken 
Marketing 


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Journalism 



Lauren E. Williman 
Marketing 




Erin L. Wilson 
Biology 



Kelly K. Wilson 
Biochemistry 




Brian D. Withrow 
Civil Engineering 



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Chemistry 



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Probably the most active Senior Class Council in the history of the university, these 

dedicated soles worked tirelessly all year to make our memories special. Here. 

alona with the Senior Class Gift Committee, they a/*e seen unveiling the Lehigh *99 on 

the UC lawn, the first sign that graduation is approaching. From weekly senior 

nights, to snagging Katie Couric as our commencement speaker they were always 

willing to go above and beyond the call of duty. 



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Brian L. Wolovkh 
Finance 



David Wong 
Accounting 



Elizabeth C. Worthington 
Molecular Biology 



Katrina M. Wroblewski 
Environmental Sciences 



Emily F. Wurgaft 

Journalism, Public 

Relations 




Spencer I. Yablon 
Psychology 



filcxis K. Yap 
Accounting 



Jennifer Y. Yau 
Finance 



Lusia S. Yi 
Molecular Biology 



Chi-Chung S. Yuen 
Marketing 



Brian L. Wolovich - Murrysville, PA - Football Team 

David Wong - Scarsdale. NY - Chinese Culture Club. Anime Eki- 
Presidenl 

Elizabeth C. Worthington - Johnstown. PA - Epitome - Photo Editor, Pi 
Beta Phi, University Productions 

Katrina M. Wroblewski - Marlborough. CT - Soccer Team 

Emily F. Wurgaft - Short Hills, NJ - Lehigh University Student Senate - 
President. Student Society of America - Treasurer/Public Relations, Student 
Ambassador. Crew Team 

Spencer I. Yablon - Blue Bell. PA - Sigma Alpha Mu - President/Social 
Chairman/Brotherhood Chairman. Inteifraternity Council 

Alexis K. Yap • Dover, NJ 

Jennifer Y. Yau - Bethlehem. PA - Asian Cultural Society. Chinese 
Culture Club. International Club, Anime Eki. Global Union 

Lusia S. Yi - Fairless Hill. PA - Epitome. Korean Students Association - 
Secretar) /Treasurer. Mustard Seeds Fellowship 

Chi-Chung S. Y'uen - Bethlehem. PA - Chinese Culture Club. Public 
Relations Student Society i>1 America, WLVR FM 

David B. Ylissen - Iowa City. IA - Concert Band. Delta Sigma Phi. Hillel 
Society. Marching Band. Pep Band. University Productions, Jazz Band 

Karen A. Zainek - Washington T\v. NJ - S.T.A.R. Tutoring/Mentoring 

Lisa M. Zamensky - Columbus. NJ - Kappa Alpha Thela - Rush Chair. 
Panhellenic Council - Executive Board Member/Publicity Chair/ 
Community Service Delegate. Freshmen Orientation Leader 

Augustine M. Zangrilli - Churchville. PA - Soccer Team. Zeta Psi 

Dennis W. Zehner Jr - Allentow n. PA - Iaeocca Scholar. Roy Eckardt 
College Scholar. Society of Professional Journalists, Omicron Delta Kappa. 
Phi Beta Kappa, WLVR KM, Brown and White 

Jade L. Zike - Bloomficlcl. CT - Pi Beta Phi - Risk Management 
Educator. Marketing Club. Women in Business 




David B. Yussen 
Psychology 



Karen fi. Zamek 
accounting 



Lisa M. Zamensky 
Industrial Engineering 





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Augustine M. Zangrilli 
Finance 



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Dennis W. Zehner Jr 
Journalism, English 



Jade L Zike 

Sociology/Social 

Psychology, Marketing 





Elena V. Zilberman - Fair Lawn, NJ - 
Economics Society. Alpha Phi - President/ 
Recording Secretary. Panhellenic Council 

David B. Zimmerman - Monroe. NY 

Mary A. Zook • Collingswood. OH - 
Gamma Phi Beta. Geology Club. Outing 
Club 

Amy M. Zweiman - Clark. NJ - Brown and 
White. Alpha Phi - Vice President of 
Recruitment/Director of Communitv Service 



Elena V. Zilberman 
Economics, English 



David B. Zimmerman 
Finance 










Nurani Abdul Rahim 

Fazli Abdul Rahman 

; Damon J. Achey 

Michael R. Allen 

Ion A. Alvarez 

Tomer Amit 

Constantin A. Anagnostopoulos 

Jason E. Andrews 

Gregory C. Antolick 

Scott M. Arra 

Eric E. August 

Konstantinos Avgiris 

Noor A. Baharom 

Graham M. Bailer 

David J. Berg 

Carlos D. Bernitt 

Jeffrey W. Bowman 

Tirzah A. Brown 

Jeremy D. Buck 

Whitney M. Callard 

Robert S. Campbell 

Keith A. Carlucci 

Philip D. Claverie Jr 

Ellen B. Cogswell 

Andrew W. Conner 

Terry A. Cooper 

Ryan J. Dawson 

Scott M. Day 
Amy L. Deutsch 

Ilya M. Ditlya 

Patrick J. Doherty 

Joyce M. Donigian 

Matthew J. Drake 

Andrew Dunn 

Christopher W. Elrod 

Susan E. Engel 

Brett R. Eppehimer 

Jarrad W. Evans 

Daniel J. Fers 

David W. Finkbeiner 

Zachary B. Fisher 

Amy C. Foley 



Giles H. Friedman 

Ross J. Gallucci 

Hari Ganapathy 

Maurice J. Gisler 

Joseph D. Gnall 

Scott D. Gonsar 

Basil P. Gordon III 

William F. Graupner 

Gabriel S. Guillois 

Tamir Hashem 

Mark G. Henry 

Anthony Q. Hill 

Christopher M. Hoffman 

Brett D. Howell 

Edward C. Hubbert 

Ira H. Ibrahim 

Jason A. Jacobs 

Matthew S. Jacoby 

Sonu Jain 
George J. Kaminski 

Joshua A. Kanne 
Jonathan A. Kaplow 

Kevin E. Kloske 

Donald E. Knowles 

Apinop Koolawong 

Allison E. Kuss 

Justin M. Lee 

Seung Y. Lee 

Gregory S. Lewis 

T J. Luciani 

Rohit Mahna 

William S. Majowka 

Daryl P. Manty 

Leah M. Marsh 

Elaine Masci 

Jennifer A. McLeod 

Scott B. McNulty 

Scott D. Meyers 

Gregory S. Mihalik 

James A. Moeder 

Noor M. Mohamad 

Masliza Mohamad Dahalan 



Mohamad K. Mohamed 

Philip T. Mok 

Kinshasa C. Morton 

Mohd Z. Mustapah 

Leonard M. Negvesky 

Christopher M. Noon 

Ezra O'Brien 

Jeffrey M. O'Connor 

Benjamin B. Oksman 

Olafur K. Olafsson 

Sinan F. Paker 

Christian C. Peterson 

Kedrick S. Plummer 

Megan M. Pollock 

Jorge A. Quintanilla 

Mohammad U. Rahman 

Jonathan R. Regina 

Kerry L. Rittenhouse 

Derek Robinson 

Christian G. Romaglino 

Robert J. Ryan Jr 

Gregg B. Schuster 

JohnH. Seidel 

Ryan P. Shevlin 

Narun Sooppipatt 

Dawn M. Spanko 

Marianna J. Stahl 

Wesley L. Stanton 

Frank P. Susi 

Michael E. Taluskie 

Patricia Tammaro 

Jessica A. VanKooten 

Jose A. Vertiz 

David E. Watson 

Gabriel S. Wetmore 

Megan L. Young 

Zayed Zulkifli 



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What does it mean that we have reached graduation? Maturity? Nol 

necessarily. Intelligence is not required. Mysteriously graduation 

means different things depending on who you ask. Grandparents 

have something to brag about, siblings have something to live up to 

and parents can finally stop paying those pesky tuition bills. For the 

graduate, it could mean a job, a new life, or perhaps a trip down a 

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There is no need to grieve. 
Our time here has come to 

an end. 
But we all leave the best of 

friends. 
Where are lives may take us, 

we may not know. 

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we have learned the value of 

hard work and dedication. 

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Best Wishes. 

We are on oar way, 

because we must go, we've 

had our day. 

Wherever we go and 

whatever we do will be fine, 

because we graduated from 

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1. get questioned by a brownie 

2. hear the bell ring at Fair-Mart 

3. do the crawl 

4. take one class just to learn something 

5. stay up all night just for fun 

6. stay up all night doing work 
7. fall asleep in lecture 

8. take a nap in the window seats at Linderman 

9. take a test without studying at all 

10. start writing a paper the day before it is due 

realize that you shouldn't go to the health center when you are sick 

12. steal food from student appreciation nights 

13. feel under dressed walking into Rauch 

14. get asked directions and not be able to name any streets 

15. do the walk of shame 

-; 16. crash your computer 

T7. make a choice between Bev or Dawson 

18. go to cocktails and not make it back out after that 

19. go to Dorney |*ark 

20. go to the Crayola Factory 

21. go to tailgates and actually stay for the whole game 



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23. spend the afternoon in Be 
24. realize that by the time you gr 
25. be awed by the fact that as a freshman you 
26. be proud of the fact that now you have a 
27. steal toilet paper from the library because 
28. go back to your freshman dorm and realize you were not as cool as you thought 



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30. eat in the CJC after fre 
31. make friends with the bo 

32. grow up -^ 

33. have a group meeting at the Ho 



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realize that occasionally your parents might be right 
35. master the email system 
36. never miss a day of class and realize that you know everythir 
37. drink alone, feel like an alcoho and be okay with that 
38. redd a book during the semester, cover to cover for pleasure 
39. walk out of a movie 
40. have a favorite CD by someone who is no longer alive 
41. own tupperware 
42. have as many meaningful as meaningless jobs 
43. learn to live on coffee 
44. realize eventually you will have to cook for yourself ! 

45. walk to the other side of Bethlehem 

instead of complaining do something to change the situation 

47. have some idea where you want to be in 10 years 

48. be realistic about your Options 

49. make it a point to be nice to others 



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50. accept that you worshiped Vanilla Ice. NKOTB or Milli Vanilli 

51. appreciate Jerry Springer and Howard Stern 

52. admit to owning Brandy, Monica or the Backstreet Boys 

53. feel fear when facing an uncertain future 

54. figure out how to get to the mall without using 22 

55. have a different TV show for every night of the week 

56. take a class and learn nothing 

57. take a class and teach the professor 

58. get involved in a non-credit activity that teaches you 

59. make a difference 

60. be remembered 

61. make an effort to be different 

62. create something 

have a resume and stuff that doesn't have to be enhanced to be on it 

64. see a concert at Stabler 

! 65. attend a UP event besides Sundaze 

66. run up the steps behind Ulrich 

67. forget what day it is during Greek Week 

68. see a movie at Kenner Theatre 

make the midnight run to Wawa a ritual 

70. find something to fear at Food Lane 

71. see a play at Zoellner 

72. take a miniversity class 

73. skip the Ho and go to Leon's for a Senior Night 

74. go to lookout point 

75. win 1st place in a Beriut tournament and still be able to stand 

76. listen to WLVR 

77.' get something out of the Brown and White 

78. start a J. Crew wall with all of the covers you receive 

79. live with someone you are scared of 

80. have your name appear in the police blotter of the Brown and White 

81. have everyone believe your fake ID 

have most people question your real ID 



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stay up till 3 to watch a movie you've seen 30 times already 

pay a $10 parking ticket because you didn't want to put a dime in the meter 

have an undercover police officer come onto your porch and ask you for ID 

87. own a suit 

88. go with a professor to the Ho 

89. order Chinese food from some place besides Lok Yaun 

90. have Christmas lights up all year long 

sit at a table in Ulrich and try to sell something to everyone who walks by 

92. : jtake a dip in the fountain outside of Packard 
93. slip on ice in front of Price and slide all the way to class in Rauch 
94. schedule your semester around a TV show 
make it to the Lehigh/Lafayette game all four years, even the ones at Lafayette 

96. party like a rock star 

97. give money to the Senior Class Gift 

98. live off campus, even if only for a weekend 

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PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Abraham 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ahearn 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Alvarez 

The Annucci Family 

The Bianco Family 

Jan and Michael Braude 

Ron and Kathy Brockett 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Calabrese 

Gabriel Chan 

Natalie Ciampa 

Charles H. Dauchy 

Barbara DeCarlo Fiore and Dominick DeCarlo 

The Defilippi Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeLiberto 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Esposito 

Michael and Carol Fedash 

Mr. and Mrs. M.P. Galiyano 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glass 

Malcolm and Sheryl Hall 

The James Healy Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron D. Herron 

Charles and Janet Joslin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Kennedy, Jr. 

Charlene and Sean Kenny 

Jane Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. John Livanos 

William and Nancy McBride 

Kathy and John McCarthy 

Joseph and Annamae McKerns 

Peter D. McLeod 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. McPhee 

Hoanh Nguyen 

Celina Victoria Nichols 

Robert Noon 

Emil G. Nunez 

Bob and Renee Piraino 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Pohl 

Susan N. Richardson 

Dr. and Mrs. James A. Robb 

Barbara Lee Roedema 

David and Linda Leckonby Rotthoff 

The Salamone Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scholl 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Sherman 

Sam and Karen Steinberg 

Donna L. Swanson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Szostek 

John and Kathy Tetro 

Joe Viele 

James Vinci 

Lois and Steve Weiner 



SPONSORS 

Dr. Maria-Therese Aiello 

Hector Enrique Altamirano 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Amato 

Andersen Engineering Associates, Inc. 

Dave and Patty Andrews 

Bob and Joella Anzelc 

Donna and Robert Apgar 

Murray, Sheila, and Matthew Appel 

William and Martha Baine 

Dede and Jim Bartlett 

Ray and Sandra Biery 

Mr. and Mrs. Dino D. Bliablias 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Bradbury 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brodsky 

Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Larry Budge 

W. Carl Bullock 

Linda and Vincent Buonanno 

Jay and Brenda Burns 

Mr. and Mrs. George Buttacavoli 

John and Laraine Caminiti 

Ralph and Rosemarie Cangiano 

James and M. Judith Caparro 

Gregory and Pixie Carrier 

Louise Cashman 

J. Patrick and Linda Clark 

Bob and Michaele Claves 

Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Clement 

Dr. Ronald and Barbara Cline 

Marcia and Harry Collins 

Al and Linda Cooke 

Ronald E. Corkery 

William and Kathleen Cormier 

Yma and Patrick Costello 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Curley 

Nancy H. DaMore 

Alfredo and Nanette DeLeon 

Paul and Patricia Detwiler 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Di Stasio 

Edward and Joan Doherty 

Gary and Connie Doverspike 

Ted, Linda, and Gary Drozdowski 

Adel and Lorraine El-Deiry 

Frank Endress 

The Family of Jennifer L. Everett 

Ralph and Jeannette Faulkingham 

Mr. and Mrs. V. Richard Ferreri 

Nora A. Figliolia 

Julie and Cheryl Foster 

Angelo Gencarelli 

Peter C. Gensicke 

Joan and Joseph George 

James and Jill Gibson 

Courtney Giuffra's Family 

David M. Glick Esq. 

Lon and Caren Gorman 



Gene and Susan Griggs 

The Parents of Alison Greenspon 

John and Janet Gudites 

Linda and Ben Hander 

Betsy Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hegarty 

Harry and Liliane Heimple 

Irma Hernandez 

David and Irene Hochstadt 

Shelley and Bruce Hoffman 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hunt 

John and Janet Hyrb 

Peter and Diane Ignall 

Jeanne and Steve Jacobs 

M.F. and R.J. Jaggard 

The Jasaitis Family 

Alexander and Sandra Jaszek 

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kay 

The Parents of Alexander and Christopher Kooluris 

Harriet, Michael, and Barry Kraver 

Carol and Roger Kuhns 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Latham 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Lawrence Laytin 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Loranger II 

Gail R. Ludvigson 

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Luff 

Carol and Ted Marks 

Enrique and Maria Mancillas 

Thomas and Anne Matarazzo 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mayerson 

The McGuigan Family 

Susan McCaffrey 

Mr. and Mrs. James E. McShane 

Mr. and Mrs. William Motley, Jr. 

Jane, Harry, and Jodi Nass 

S. Taylor Nicholls 

Lawrence Nichols II 

Douglas and Constance Nordstrom 

Gwen and Mike O'Connell 

Jean Yetter Peck 

Susan and Sander Poritzky 

Louis and Ann Marie Praino 

John and Margery Rains 

Anne and Jeff Riskin 

Mr. and Mrs. John Rodzik 

Joaquin E. Roesch 

David and June Rokoff 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Rusciano 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony V. Russo 

Chris and Jeff Sagalyn 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Sager Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Schneider, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Sig Schorr 

Mr. and Mrs. Ching-Jing Shen 

Edward and Susan Silverman 

Connie and Justin Simon 

Diane and Steve Simpson 

Bill and Mame Slemenda 



Anita and Jud Smith 

Carl and Wanda Smith 

Paul and Sandra Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Spain 

Gordon and Peggy Stanley 

Pauline Stanley 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Stuzynski 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Suozzi, Jr. 

Drs. Joselito and Gloria Syfu 

The Tantamjarik Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troiano 

Ned and Alice Troup 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ulrich 

Kino G.L. Vitet 

Mr. and Mrs. Dale von Haase 

Herman and Grace Warmbold 

Leslie and Mark Weinberg 

John and Bonita Williamson 

David and Carolyn Wood 

John and Nancy Zook 




BEST OF LUCK TO OUR SPECIAL 

FRANK J. LOCCLSANO, JR. 

WE WISH YOU ONLY THE BEST OF EVERYTHING 

LOVE, 
NANNY AUNT MARGARET & UNCLE PETER 



To Scott, 

You reached high for your 

dreams and worked hard 

for everything you've 

accomplished. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 
YOU AND THE CLASS OF 

'99! 

With love from your proud 

family, Mom, Dad, and 

Michael 



Congratulations 

Garrett Sager 

You've always made 

us proud! 

Love, Mom, Dad, 

Derek, & Bevin 



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Parents' \ ii ss v ;i s 



Congratulations ! 

Shelby Dyann and the Class of '99 

We re Proud of You 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Lindsay 



C ongr atulations 

Andrew O'Brien 

We're proud of you! 

Mom & Dad 



Congratulations ! 

Shelby 

and Best of Luck 

Love, 

Uncle Bob, Richard & Victoria 

Aunt Roselee, Uncle Joey, Michele 

and Jessica 



Congratulations ! 

Shelby 

We re Proud of You 

Love, 

Grandma Bev, Grandma Ruth, 

and Grandpa Irv 



CONGRA TULA TIONS 
TIMOTHY MICHAEL DOHERTY 



WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU 

LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, SHANNON, & KERRY 



CONGRA TULA TIONS 

ORLY 

MAY YOUR LIFE BE 

AN EXCITING RIDE THROUGH 

THE WONDERS OF THE WORLD. 

LOVE, MOM, DAD, AND ALON 



CONGRATULATIONS 
MARY ZOOK 



LOVE, 

MOM, DAD, 

& ELIZABETH 



Kim, 
We wish you love, warm 

memories and much 

happiness for your future. 

CONGRATULATIONS, on 

your wonderful, successful 

and happy 4 years at 

Lehigh. We are so PROUD 

of you. 

All our Love, 

Mom, Dad, Cathy and Chad 



4-18 Parents' Messages 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND BEST WISHES 

to the Graduates of 515 Filmore St. 

Chris, Erin, George, Karen, Kim & 

Molly 

Love, 

The Quinn's 



Congratulations! 

Josh Doverspike 

We are all proud of you and 

your accomplishments! 

Mom, Dad, and Cory 



Congratulations 

Sarah Noblitt 

We're proud of you! 

Daddy, Mom, Catherine 

and Joseph 



Congratulations 

Christine Perillo 

and the Class of '99 

We're proud of you 

We love you 

Mom, Dad, & Marlena 



CONGRATULATIONS 

VITTORIO ANTONIO RUSSO 

ON A JOB WELL DONE. 

WE WISH YOU A LONG BRIGHT FUTURE 

FILLED WITH HEALTH, HAPPINESS, 
LOVE, AND SUCCESS. YOU DESERVE IT. 

GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS 
AND ALL YOUR FELLOW MEMBERS OF 

THE CLASS OF c 99! 

LOVE ALWAYS, 

MOM AND DAD 



Congratulations Jessica Blaire 

You're always our source of pride and joy. 

May life always be gracious to you. 

Love, Mom & Dad 

Congratulations on graduating Lehigh University 

Love You Always, 

Grandma Ruth & Grandpa Bob 

Grandma Norma & Grandpa Al 

Uncle Ian & Aunt Elaine 

Uncle Charles & Aunt Shelly 

Ben, Rebecca, Jayme, Andrew, Johanna 



CONGRATULATIONS 
I BETH 

WE'RE PROUD OE 

YOU! 

MOM, DAD, KIM & 

KEITH 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

DOUG HYRB 

We're proud of you!! 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

John, Jodi, Jocelyn & Justin 

** xxx 

All of your Aunts, Uncles, 

Cousins & Friends 

** *************** 

Best of Luck in your new 

position at 

Tri-River Design & 

Construction, Inc. 



4- 2Q Parents' Messages 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CHRIS ENGEL 

We're Proud of You! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and 

Valerie 



Congratulations 

to The Class of 4 99! 

Mr. & Mrs. N. 

Mulpramook 



Congratulations 

Matthew Vickery 

We're proud of you! 

Mom and Dad, Kris, Brian, 

Mike, and Ryan 



Congratulations, Michael. 

Great four years! You're on 

your way Good Luck! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Steve, Lynette, 

and Mindy 



JEN GORMAN 
CONGRATULATIONS 
YOU'VE EXCEEDED OUR EXPECTATIONS 
ONCE AGAIN. WE ARE VERY PROUD OF 
EVERYTHING YOU HAVE ACCOMPLISHED 
AND WISH YOU ALL THE SUCCESS AND HAP- 
PINESS IN THE FUTURE. 
LOTS OF LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, MICHAEL 



Congratulations 
Mark DuMoulin 
We're proud of 

you! 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

GAVIN CURLEY 
AND THE CLASS OF 

'99 
LOVE. MOM & DAD 



Congratulations 

Mark DuMoulin 

and Best of 

Luck! 

Michael 

DuMoulin 



Congratulations 

Kristine! 

The entire Aiello 

family is proud of 

you and wishes you 

a great future. 

Love, Mom 



4-22 Parents' Messages 



Congratulations 

GREGG BENEDETTO 

Were Proud of You! 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to the graduating 

brothers of Phi Delta 
! Theta 

Pat and Dave Benedetto 



Congratulations Brandon! 

Your dedication shows in 

all you do. 
You will be a fine engineer. 

Love, Dad, Mom, & Kim 



Congratulations 

Michael Sean Bradbury 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Congratulations 

Tannashae Perrine 

I am very proud of you! 

Love, Dad 



KAERE LISE, 

TIL LYKKE MED 

VELOVERSTAAET 

EKSAMEN! 

KAERLIG HILSEN, 

MOR,FAR OG LENE 



Congratulations Jeffrey - 
Good luck in your career. 
We are very proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Jodi 



Congratulations 

Stefanie Liuanos 

We're proud of you! 

Mom & Dad 



Congratulations 

Amy DeFilippi 

We're proud of 

you! 

Mom, Don, Joe & 

Jen, Peter & Terri 



CONGRATULATIONS 

JAMES 

WE'RE PROUD OF 

YOU! 

LOVE, MOM AND 

DAD 



Dear Amy, 

Congratulations ! 

I'm so proud of you. 

Here's to a bright 

and happy future. I 

love you with all my 

heart, 

Mom 



Congratulations 
Megan and Michelle 

Pealer 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and 

Mike 



4- 2 4- P'-hents' Mess a 



I Congratulations 

Risa 

I We Ve proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Felicia, 
and Cody 



Congratulations Denny! 

We're proud of you! 
Hope your dreams come 

true! 

Love you, Mom, Dad, 

Jessica, Family 



Congratulations 

Vivian I. Fernandez 

We're proud of you! 

Dad, Mom, Victor, Uncles 

Jorge & Rafael and Jeanie 



Congratulations 

Rob Chessin 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and 

David 



SEAN 

Congratulations and now on 

to the next phase of your life. 

We are very proud of you. 

Mom, Dad, Erin, T/T/K&LM 



CONGRATULATIONS , 
LIBBY WORTHINGTON! 
WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE, MOM, ERNIE, & 
MARLENE 



CONGRATULATIONS 

SAMBO 

LOVE, 

MOM & DAD 



Congratulations 

Adam Karpf 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Jennifer 



CONGRATULATIONS ERIK, 

AND YOUR FRIENDS FROM 
THE CLASS OF '99. 



THE NEXT CENTURY IS 
YOURS TO CONQUER; GOOD 

LUCK! 



WITH PRIDE AND AFFECTION, 
JEFF & KARIN SHERMAN 



4-2 G Parents' Messages 



Congratulations 

Colin Andrew 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Dad & Mom 



Congratulations Big 

Brother! 

Love, Sean, Meghan, 

Ryan, Patrick, & 

Kiernan 



Jason, 

Happiness and success 

in the future. Always 

keep that great smile. 

Congrats fellas! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and 

Blizzee 



Congratulations 

Mitch 

and the Class of '99! 

Mr. & Mrs. Gallo 



Congratulations 

Alicia 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Chris 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

OUR "FAVORITE." YOU 

KNOW WHO YOU ARE! 

LOVE YOU! 

DAD & MOM 



Congratulations 

Heather Ignall 

As always, we are extremely 

proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Jeff & Scott 



Congratulations 

Erynn 

We re proud of you! 

All of our love always, 

Mom, Dad, and Stefanie 



CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK 

FRANK LOCCISANO, JR. 



WE'RE PROUD OF YOU AND YOUR 

ACHIEVEMENTS 

AT LEHIGH 

THE BEST IS YET TO COME! 



LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, AND VINCENT '97 



4-3 ft Pahknts' Messages 



C ongr atulations 

Josh Cline 
We're proud of 

you! 
Love, Mom and 

Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

DAVID ZIMMERMAN 

WE'RE PROUD OF 

YOU! 

LOVE, MOM, DAD, 

MEL & CHRIS 



Congratulations 

Jason 
and the Class of 

'99/ 
Irene, David, & 

Eric Hochstadt 






ETHAN, 

WE ARE PROUD OF 

YOUR 

A CCOMPLISHMENTS! 

GOD BLESS YOU IN 

WHATEVER YOU DO! 

LOVE, MOM, DAD, 



ERICA 



Dear Edward Salim, 

Your fine intellect, powerful desire to learn, marvelous 

capacity for fun, easy wit, deep integrity, strong sense of 

family and friendship are an inspiration, as are your 
unassuming handsomeness, sculpted physique and ath- 
letic grace. Congratulations on your accomplishment and 
love from your siblings, Charles Aram and Sara Jameel, 
and your parents, Evelyn and Herbert Hadad. 



Congratulations 

Vlatka 

We are proud of you 

and your achievements 

Best wishes for a bright 

future. 

Love, 

Mom and Dragan, 

Tamara and Andrew 



CONGRATULATIONS! 

FELICITATIONS! 

CHRISTIAN 

HEIMPLE 

WE ARE ALL PROUD 

OF YOU! 
LOVE, MOM & DAD 



4-30 P ' RrN rc - Mess v -,ks 



Congratulations 

Uni '99 

Love, 

Oscar and The Man, 

Susan, Miss Frances E. Setter, 

Spanky, Paul, and Fudgie. 

Ingrid, Hans, and Bluebell. 



Congratulations 

Michael 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom, Mandee, 

Grandma, and Mary Lou 



Congratulations 

Patrick D. 

We're proud of you! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

RYAN 
WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOVE, 
MOM, DAD & MICHAEL 



Dear Anthony, 

In your moment of success, 

We wish for you, 

A greater mountain to climb, 

A wider sea to sail, 

A more profound challenge to meet 

for it has been... 

The journey to the summit, 

The reaching of distant shores, 

The tenacity to answer the call, 

That has made you the most, special person you are today. 

Congratulations & Love, 
Mom and Al 



CONGRATULATIONS 
JESSICA WILLIAMSON 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 



MOM & DAD, JOHN & PETER 



Congratulations 

Christy Haldis 

We're proud of you! 

Mom, Dad & Bobby 



C ongr atulations 

Car on Newby 

We're proud of you! 

Mom and Dad 



Congratulations, Katy #4 
We're so proud of you 
May all your dreams 

come true! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Ben, 

Amy, Mike & Molly 



CONGRATULATIONS 

WENDY 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

LOTS OF LOVE, 

MOM, DAD, HEATHER 

AND RELATIVES 



4-32 Parents' Mi '-^ages 



Congratulations 
Jessica 

and the Class of '99! 
The McCarthy Family 



CONGRATULATIONS ERIC! 

I'M SO FULL OF PRIDE 

AND LOVE FOR YOU. 

YOU'VE WORKED HARD 

AND DESERVE THE BEST! 

MOM 



Congratulations 

Michael Cannarsa 

We're proud of 

you! 



Congratulations 

Stephanie Galperin 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Lee, 

Grandma and Grandpa 



Congratulations 

Robert Latham 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Chris, and 

Diane 



Congratulations 

Daniela Stanin 

We're proud of you! 
Love, Mom, Dad, & 



Mom and Dad 



Jessica 



Dear Adam, 

Your four years at Lehigh have flown by with 
remarkable speed. They have been filled with 
fun times, cherished friendships, outstanding 
accomplishments as well as personal and 
intellectual growth. You have certainly left your 
mark on Theta Delta Chi! You take with you all 
of your special memories. 

We are so very proud of you and love you very 
much. 

Mom, Dad, and Neil 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

THE BOYS OF 442! 

AUGIE, DREW, ERIC, JASON, 

JOSH, AND KEN 



JOSHUA CORMIER 

GOOD NEWS - BAD NEWS 

YOU'VE EARNED YOUR DEGREE. 
WE'VE RENTED YOUR ROOM. 

LOVE, DAD AND MOM 



Michael, 

We are so proud of you. 

We wish you a wonderful 

future. May all your 

dreams come true. 

Love, Mom & Dad 



Dear Vlatka, 

i wish you all the best in your life. 
Remember please, be honest, brave 
and self-confident. i am proud of 
your accomplishments, and i know 
that you will continue to be 
modest and successful. 
Love your dad, Branko 



4-34- Parents' Messages 



Congratulations to Seth 

Brodie, the graduating 

brothers of Chi Phi, and the 

Class of '99. 

Love, 

Lois, Rich, & Jessica Brodie 






Congratulations Becky! 

We're very proud of you and 

we love you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Stan and Steph 



In memory of 
Coach Barry Fetterman 

Coach, mentor, and friend. 

Steve Budge and Family 






Congratulations 

Kristen 

We're proud of you! 

Mom, Dad, Lauren, and 

Kim 



Congratulations 

Stephen Morgan Budge 

We are so proud of all your 



ACCOMPLISHMENTS ON THE 



Football Team, as a Brother 
of Chi Psi, and in the 

Classroom. 
Love, Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

ANDREW 

MITTENDORF 

AND THE CLASS OF '99! 

LOVE, MOM, DAD, 

AND PETER 



Congratulations Lynn Qualey 
and the Class of '99! 

We are very proud of all you have accomplished in 
your life and you have just begun. 

God bless you always. 



Love, 
Mom, Dad, Laura, David, Julia, Ubu, Pamela, 

Nana & 'Love' 



"A man that has a taste of 

music, painting, or 

architecture, is like one that 

has another sense../' 

Joseph Addison 

Britton Alexander Baine, B. A., 
herzlichen Gluckwunsch! 

Buona fortuna a Penn. 
Mom and Dad 



CONGRATULATIONS 

ALICIA 

WE'RE PROUD OF 

YOU! 

MOM & DAD 






436. 



Parents" Messages 



Congratulations 

JOSEPH J. DISPOTO 

We're Proud of You! 
Love, Mom, Dad, 
Cheryl, and Mark 



Go Plum Dog Go! 

Work Hard 

Play Safe 

Trust in God 

Love, 
Your Family 



C ongr atulations 

JARRETT KASS 

With all the love and pride a 

family could possibly have. 

Love, 

Mom and Spencer 



Congratulations! 

FRANK C. TIANO 

We're very proud of you! 

Good luck always. 

All of our love forever! 

Your Best Friends, 

Mom and Dad xo 







Dearest Jtatie, 










you've always been 




L 


our special liani. . . 
Cjonara/ula/ions on 




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(j our special oau. . . 
wiln loue^ 

JKom, Dac/j tfau^ 
and z^rannu 








JOELLE DAWSON 



CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 

LITTLE GODDESS. MAY YOUR 

LIFE BE FILLED WITH AS 

MUCH HAPPINESS AS YOU 

HAVE GIVEN TO US! 

WE LOVE YOU ALWAYS, 
DAD, MOM, FRANKIE, HEIDI, 

BEAVIS, BUTTHEAD, MR. 
NUTS, BOOMER, AND DUKE 




Congratulations Melissa! 
Your memories of loving and learn- 
ing will live forever. How beautiful 
your youth has been. Now your fu- 
ture as a woman is even more excit- 
ing. You are a masterpiece. Go now 
and bring beauty to the world, and 
be a strong woman of great compas- 
sion. Rejoice! Remember, whatever 
distance comes between us, we will 
share your days of sunshine and 
whisk away the clouds. Our hearts 
are bound together in a special love. 
Mommy and Daddy 



433. 



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Congratulations 
Chad Schorr 

Love, 

Seth, Heather, 

and Harry 



Keith Allen 

Congratulations 

May you always have 

your "Field of Dreams!" 

We are so proud of 

you. 

Love, Mom, Dad, 

Todd, Greg, and 

Grandma 



Congratulations 

Chad Schorr 

We're proud of 

you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Congratulations 

Erin! 

We're proud of you! 

Dad, Mom, Ian, and 

Kate 



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Parents' Mi - 



Congratulations 

COURTNEY E. MARTIN 

We're so very proud of 

you! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and 
Family 



Congratulations 
Chris Noon I 

We're proud of you! 
Mom, Dad, Jeremy & Josh 



CONGRATULATIONS 

GUS 

AND THE CLASS OF '99! 

LOVE, MOM, DAD, & 

STEPHANIE 



Congratulations Kristin! 

May the road rise to meet 

you... 
Love, Dad, Mom, 
Michael, and Beth 



ERIC ALEXANDER 

With Love and Pride 
For All That You Are. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

Mom, Dad, and Laura 
Nicolle 



Congratulations 

Matthew Ramsay 

"You're the Man' 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Congratulations 

Amy Marie Zweiman 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and AH 



Dan, 

'Third Time's the 

Charm" 

For Mom and Dad 




Congratulations Dear Ilya! 

Today you're wished life's best, 

continued luck and happiness and 

all the things that mean the most to 

you. We are proud of you. 

Love, Your Parents, Grandparents, 

and Relatives 



Congratulations 

Maureen, 

Your success is certainly 

a tribute to your efforts 

during the 4 years at 

Lehigh University. We 

are very proud of you! 

Very best wishes for the 

future. "Love you" 

Mom and Dad 



Jules- 
Environmental Scientist/ 
Geek/Student/Hiker/ 
Camper/Girl/Woman/ 

Siggler/Buglover/ 

Treehugger/Educator/ 

Grad! 

Congrats, M&D 



Congratulations 

Allison DiLiberto 

May all your dreams come true! 

We believe in you! 

With Love and Pride, 

Mom, Dad, and Joseph 



Courtney 

You are terrific and we 

love you! Best of Luck! 

The Entire Giuffra & 

King Families 



4-4-2 r'\i;i \is Mi ss 



Congratulations CHRISTI! 

We are so proud of you and 

what you've accomplished. 

Love ya, Mom, Dad, Kim & 

Lindsay 



CONGRATULATIONS BOB 

WE'RE PROUD OF YOU! 

MOM, DAD, TARA, GRAMPS, 

BLAZE, AND CHAMP 



Dear Jen, 

Dad, Sis, and I are very 

proud of you! You worked 

hard and it paid off. We 

love you. Good luck to all 

at Pierce Street. 



Karen 






When y on were nine you 


won 


every race 


You said you had a secret, 


you could fly 


You still can! 






Love, 






Mom, Dad, & Kyle 







Congratulations 
Nick Hernjak! 
Always remember: Chemical En- 
gineers know the formula for 
success!!! 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Jim 



Beth 

Were so proud. Oh the 
places you 11 go. 
Congratulations! 

Love, Matonak Fam 7 



Congratulations Craig! 

We're so proud of you. 

You are the master of your fate. 

Love, 

Dad, Evelyn, Lisa, Greg, & 

Marisa 



Dear Jen, 

As you approach another mile- 
stone in your life, remember 
we love you and are very proud 
of you. 

Mom, Dad, & Jeff 




4-4-4- Parents' Messages 




4-4-6 p cents' Mi^vj-> 



Excitement was in 

the air at this year's 

Commencement 

ceremony. This 

grad waves to the 

crowd of 10,000 

after receiving his 

diploma. 








ON THE 




Memories * Achievement * Possibilities * Activity 
Victory ^-Friendship ^Reality 

The story has come to a close and it is now time to venture beyond the edge 
The pictures and words placed within the covers of this book tell how we, as 
the Lehigh University community, are truly on the edge. With every event 
that occurs, memories form within our hearts. Our academic standards 
foster the highest achievement possible. For undergraduates, the 
possibilities are endless. There is never a dull moment for the hundreds of 
organizations who create constant activity. Our athletic teams workhard to 
achieve victory every step of the way. Living along the diverse path-ways of 
campus allows us to create life-longfriendships. Finally, the graduates, who 
are leaving the comforts of a place they have called home for four years, are 
stepping over the edge to a place known as reality. Together, as we embrace 
change and sit on the edge of a new era, these pages hold the priceless 
memories from the ones we are about to leave behind. 

EDITOR IN CHIEF 
Maureen Ann Johnson 










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Closin( . 



AS. 



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11 of our experiences at 
l^ehigh have been unique. 
It is these experiences that 
have allowed us to develop 
as individuals. Each of us 
possesses a strong work 
ethic, knows the meaning 
of true friendship, and will 
always be a part of the 
Lehigh family, no matter 
where the road may lead. 




Closing 



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s the members of the Class of 1999, we 
have set standards at Lehigh which the 
others who follow will strive to meet. 
Through our active campus-wide 
participation, Lehigh has become a 
diverse community, not just a place of 
classroom education. We have torn down 
barriers within our community and have 
created a foundation to be built upon in the 
next century. Events such as the opening 
of the Zoellner Arts Center have shown the 
many faces of Lehigh that were once 
hidden among the ivy on the aging 
buildings. As a class, we are bringing this 
millenium to a close for the university. We 
have helped to develop the resources 
Lehigh will need to excel in the years that 
lie ahead. We leave challenging the 
administration, faculty and staff, and the 
classes who follow, to continue to build 
upon our successes and, most importantly, 
to never accept "No" for an answer. 








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^fjeina on the edye of commitment can only be defined 
t/irouq/i l/ie countless hours eac/i of the 1999 editors and 
staff members put into ma/ting this 600A such a success. 
llJho says t/ou can not 6e creative in t/ie dare, cold and 
aloomy Basement of t/ie Q/Gf 7he journey began in late 
Tluaust wit/i a trip to the flosten 's 7lant in State College, 
7*0%. ZJ/ie "On 7he &dge " l/ieme came after a creative 
day and a wonderful evening of fine dining and great 
conversation. 7/ came from feelings expressing the fact 
that as seniors, cue are on tne edae of leaving something 
familiar and venturing into something unknown (the 
"real world" ). '71s the Glass of 1999, we are the last class of the millenium to leave our marii on South Moun- 
tain. 7lnd as a whole, our university is truly on t/ie edge of preparing to enter the next century. Tind from all of 
that, and so much more, the 600A began to grow , developed a character of its own, and now sits as a timepiece 
for all to admire for years to come. ~ JKj 

Special Thanks - 

To all the section editors, it is because of you that the book came together, it was a true team 
effort and a crash course in stress management!! Alisa & ivy, Academics Co-Editors, you are 
to be highly commended for allowing us to finally meet a December deadline! Siri 
& Vicki, Organizations Co-Editors, your creativity and relentless efforts have truly 
helped to make the section better than ever. Kristin & Christine, Student Life Co- 
Editors, thanks to your eye for style and commitment, the section is something to 
be very proud of and truly captures the essence of life around campus. Katherine 
& Allison, Lifestyles Co-Editors, your sleepless nights, endless phone calls, and 
great attitudes truly helped to pull the largest section of the book together with 
ease. Your efforts truly paid off. Libby, our star photo editor, you have been 
through too many rolls of film to count. Your patience and dedication to the book 
are remarkable and we could not have done it without you. Jenn & Nick, Athletics 
Co-Editors, you have continued the standard of excellence the section always 
demands through hard work and great computer knowledge! Melissa, Associate 
Editor, it is because of your incredible knowledge and eye for layouts that we have been able 
to pull all the sections together. Andrew, Managing Editor, due to your relentless efforts and 
your ability to drop everything else and finish numerous sections we were able to meet 
deadlines' Good luck next year!! Amy. Graduate Section Editor, words can not describe what 
you have done for the book. Thank you for your hard work, endless creativity, attention to 
detail, willingness to do just about anything (minus recropping photos!!) and everything else. It 
has been an adventure. It was through endless hours of computer hating, cheesy TV shows, 
ice cream, cleaning and so much more that we did it! 

To Phil Klein, our Josten's Rep for his years of service and attention to every last detail. To 
Mark Huff, our Davor Rep. for an outstanding first year of working together. Thanks for the 
outstanding service and unmatched quality. To George Baker, Christmas City Studios, for his 
continued excellence in the undergraduate section. And to the countless others who have 
helped bring the book together!! 



EPITOME 



EDITORIAL 
STAFF 



Andrew Hartmann 
Managing Editor 

Amy Karpf 

Graduate Section 

Editor 



Maureen Johnson 
Editor in Chief 

Melissa DAgostino 
Associate Editor 




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DymeA, Tfssisiani. Cinda, it is ihrougA 
your careful auidance and attention to 
detail that we ma/te it to print year after 
year. 'JDiane, without you we would still be 
worAing on the first page. ~ffou help tie 
every section toget/ier and deal with the 
endless number of problems that occur. 
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